San Bernardino County, CA – Woman Injured Following Motorcycle Crash
San Bernardino County, CA (August 1, 2018) – An accident involving a car and motorcycle left one woman hurt Tuesday. The accident occurred just after 12:45 pm on California Highway 62. The California Highway Patrol was dispatched to the crash scene.
Upon arrival, Highway Patrol officers discovered a motorcycle and white Chevrolet Malibu collided with one another at Highway 62 and Paradise Avenue. Troopers found a woman lying in the roadway. It is not immediately clear if the woman was in the motorcycle or the Malibu. There is no word on the woman’s condition at this time. Police have not said whether any others were hurt in this crash.
The crash remains under active investigation by the CHP. There are no additional details available.
Southern California Motorcycle Accidents
We wish the best for those hurt in this car vs. motorcycle crash.
This crash certainly highlights some of the dangers associated with motorcycles. It is not clear at this time who was at fault for the wreck. Regardless of fault, a motorcycle almost always takes the impact of the collision with a larger object. A motorcycle cannot withstand such impacts the same way that a vehicle can. Motorcycle riders certainly have much less safety and security than a traditional vehicle driver or passenger.
If you have been hurt in a Southern California motorcycle accident, you may have legal rights to compensation. At the Los Angeles Injury Group, our team represents motorcycle riders who have been a victim of someone else’s negligence. Please call our office today at 310-954-7248 to schedule your free consultation with one of our attorneys.