Articles Tagged with Sacramento Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Sacramento Motorcycle Major Injury

A Sacramento motorcycle major injury happened along the Capital City Freeway on November 20 in a crash that occurred shortly after nightfall. The accident involved one vehicle and a motorcycle rider in the number one lane, which necessitated a detour of traffic for a little over 30 minutes while the injured person was transported to a local hospital. According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), the accident occurred in the southbound lanes.

Sacramento Motorcycle Collision — A Sacramento motorcycle collision during the morning hours at an intersection on November 14 left one rider with major injuries as the driver of the vehicle reportedly fled the scene. According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), a green pickup was said to have left the site of the Sacramento motorcycle collision at a high rate of speed. Two motorcycle riders were involved in the accident, the extent of injuries has yet to be reported; however, both riders were wearing helmets at the time of the crash.

Sacramento Motorcycle Collision Details

Sacramento Motorcycle Injury

Sacramento Motorcycle Injury

Sacramento Motorcycle Injury. A Sacramento motorcycle injury happened on November 1, 2018, along State Route 99 in the early hours that required emergency medical assistance. It is known at this time that the rider was evaluated at the scene by emergency personnel. Whether the biker was transported to nearby Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center for additional treatment is unknown. One or two motor vehicles were involved in the accident; however, no information was given on whether those persons were injured in the crash. The incident is under investigation by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to determine the cause and place fault.

Sacramento Lane Splitting Accident

Sacramento Lane Splitting Accident

Sacramento Lane Splitting Accident. A Sacramento lane splitting accident occurred on October 23 that resulted in an injury when a moped or motorcycle crashed into the back of an unidentified pickup truck along Highway 50. The collision resulted in a massive traffic jam along both directions of the highway. It was reported by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) that vehicles were stuck in traffic for miles. Traffic cameras showed vehicles stopped as far back as Rancho Cordova.

Sacramento Motorcycle Crash Injury

Sacramento Motorcycle Crash Injury

Sacramento Motorcycle Crash Injury. A motorcycle crash injury occurred in the early hours of October 18, 2018, in South Sacramento when the rider collided with a motor vehicle. The motorcyclist was reported as down in one of the westbound lanes of Lincoln Highway at the interchange east of Howe Avenue. According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), a medical emergency vehicle was summoned to take the rider to a hospital. As of this time, no information has been released on the motorcyclist’s identity or condition.

Motorcyclist Accident on Interstate 5

Motorcyclist Accident on Interstate 5

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento motorcycle accident lawyer. A motorcycle rider went down for unknown reasons on August 21, 2018, while traveling in the fast lane along Interstate 5 in Sacramento, just south of the Pocket Road off-ramp. The motorcycle ended up in the center divider, and the accident resulted in major injuries for the rider. According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), medics were called to the scene to assess the rider’s injuries and transported him or her to Kaiser South afterward for further evaluation and treatment. No additional information has yet been released on the condition of the rider or what caused the accident.

Lincoln Highway Sacramento

Lincoln Highway Collision Causes Injuries in Sacramento

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento motorcycle accident lawyer. An early afternoon collision on August 9 between a motor vehicle and motorcycle resulted in unknown injuries to one or more individuals along Lincoln Highway. It is unknown what precipitated the crash. However, it is being investigated by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) as to cause and to place fault. No information has been released on the identities or medical conditions of those involved in the collision.

Cap City Freeway Hit and Run Motorcycle Accident

Cap City Freeway Hit and Run Motorcycle Accident

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento motorcycle accident attorney. A hit and run occurred on July 17 along the Cap City Freeway in South Sacramento that involved a motorcyclist and motorist. The motorcycle rider was reported as having been injured in the collision, and paramedics were called to the scene to make a medical assessment and provide help. It is unknown at this time how serious those injuries were or whether the rider was taken to a local hospital for further evaluation and treatment.

Rising Rate of Motorcycle Accidents and Injuries in Sacramento

Rising Rate of Motorcycle Accidents and Injuries in Sacramento

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento motorcycle accident lawyer. Traffic fatalities went up in every category across the nation in 2016, including motorcycle deaths. There were 5,286 deaths of motorcyclists that year, an increase over the 5,029 fatalities the previous year, according to statistics by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Because motorcycle riders are vulnerable due to their lack of protection, they are more apt to suffer injuries or be killed in a collision than those in passenger vehicles.

Top Safety Tips to Avoid Motorcycle Accidents in Sacramento

Top Safety Tips to Avoid Motorcycle Accidents in Sacramento

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento motorcycle accident lawyer. 2016 was a difficult time for motorcycle riders around the country with 4,976 deaths caused by traffic accidents. California leads the nation with the number of motorcycles, which isn’t surprising since it has the highest population in the country. In 2016, there were 842,648 registered motorcycles in the state. Of course, this leads to an increased number of motorcycle crashes, many of them caused by negligent drivers of motor vehicles. Those numbers could be reduced if both motorists and motorcycle riders used more caution. Following are some safety suggestions for motorcycle riders.