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Crash involving motorcycle leaves 2 with serious injuries

On Behalf of | Apr 29, 2022 | Car Wrecks |

While motorcycle-related collisions can occur under various scenarios, one of the most common causes of such incidents may involve left-turn crashes. Drivers who fail to spot an oncoming motorcycle prior to attempting to navigate a left turn may leave the rider with insufficient time to respond, and the outcome of such an incident could prove catastrophic in nature. A motorcycle rider and passenger reportedly suffered serious injuries during a car accident involving similar circumstances in Georgia.

Motorcycle crash

Authorities reportedly responded to the scene of a motorcycle-related collision on a recent Saturday evening. According to reports, the crash occurred as the driver of a westbound car was preparing to turn left into southbound lanes. Authorities say that while attempting to navigate the turn, the car crossed into the path of an eastbound motorcycle, and the bike proceeded to crash into the side of the car soon thereafter.

Reports indicate that there were two people on the bike at the time of the crash, both of whom were ejected from the bike in the process. Authorities advised that they were both transported to medical facilities for treatment of serious injuries. It remains unclear as to what might have caused the driver of the car to attempt such a dangerous maneuver.

Serious injuries

Those who suffer serious harm in a car accident involving similar scenarios may encounter numerous challenges in life, physical and financial alike. Injuries stemming from a crash could disrupt one’s ability to perform everyday tasks, while the financial repercussions of medical care and a lengthy recovery period could also prove difficult to manage. Following such an incident, a person in Georgia could find it helpful to speak with a personal injury attorney for guidance on all his or her available legal avenues and on the next steps to take to seek the restitution entitled.


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