Two-Vehicle Crash Killed One Motorcycle Rider
On Sunday, September 20th, a two-vehicle accident occurred at Northeast Bakersfield. The accident was found to have taken place between China Grade Loop and Alfred Harrell Highway. California Highway Patrol received reports of the accident at around 8:00 p.m. The vehicles involved were found to be a Buick Enclave and a Suzuki 600 motorcycle.
The Buick Enclave was traveling south on China Grade Loop when the motorcycle crashed into it. The motorcycle rider died at the scene from severe injuries. The rider was identified as a 51-year-old man named Jack Christopher Shipley. The driver of the Buick Enclave was unharmed.
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Unfortunately, this situation can occur. In traffic accidents, victims should be able to claim insurance from their own and the driver responsible for the accident. However, in practice, victims will face a lot of difficulties when filing a personal injury claim against the at-fault driver’s insurance provider.
One of the approaches that they can use against you, the victim, is blaming you for the accident. Any proven culpability would greatly affect the payout you are entitled to as a victim in the incident. To deal with these tactics, you need to reach an attorney with experience in dealing with these circumstances. To reach one of our personal injury lawyers, you can call us at (866) 698-2306.