San Diego, CA – Motorcyclist Seriously Hurt in Crash with U-Haul
San Diego, CA (August 17, 2018) – A motorcycle collided with a U-Haul in San Diego on Thursday. Around 12:30 pm, San Diego Police responded to a crash at the intersection of Friars Road and Gaines Street. When they arrived, police discovered that the motorcycle had crashed into the U-Haul. The motorcycle apparently crashed into the back of the truck.
Paramedics treated the motorcyclist on scene for serious injuries before later transporting him to the hospital. The motorcyclist suffered serious injuries including broken bones and internal trauma. The motorcycle went up in flames after the crash.
There is no further update on the motorcycle rider’s condition at this time. It does not appears as though the U-Haul driver suffered any injuries. Police continue to investigate this crash.
Southern California Personal Injury Accidents
Our thoughts go out to the injured motorcyclist. We hope for a full recovery from the injuries suffered in this serious crash.
Police will investigate this accident to determine responsibility. They will try to determine what caused the motorcyclist to crash into the back of truck. Factors to be considered include whether the motorcyclist was distracted or impaired, whether the truck was legally stopped in the street and whether either driver was violating any traffic laws when the crash occurred. Following investigation, the motorcyclist may have a right to bring a claim against the U-Haul driver.
When you have been hurt in a Southern California car accident, you should contact an experienced personal injury attorney. At the Los Angeles Injury Group, our team works hard for you. We make sure you are protected and that your claim is resolved fairly and quickly.
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