San Mateo, CA: Hit-and-Run Motorcycle Collision on Highway 101
San Mateo, California (April 25, 2018): The California Highway Patrol is conducting an active investigation into a hit-and-run collision between a vehicle and a motorcycle on Highway 101 in San Mateo, CA yesterday morning, Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Only limited information has been made available while the investigation remains ongoing.
The collision was reported to authorities just before 10:30 a.m. and emergency response crews were swiftly dispatched to the accident location on Highway 101, just north of the Highway 92 connector, in San Mateo, CA. Officials have not yet determined what caused the unidentified vehicle to collide with the motorcycle and the driver of the vehicle fled the scene after the collision, without stopping to assist the victim or speak with authorities. Other travelers on the road stopped to assist the cyclist until paramedics arrived at the scene. While no complaints of pain were recorded by officials at the scene, medical attention was required. Investigators are still searching for the hit-and-run driver and anyone with information should contact the authorities as soon as possible.
The Los Angeles Injury Group would like to extend our sympathies and prayers to the victim of this collision. While we are so relieved that no serious injuries have been reported at this time, we understand that the hardships imposed in the aftermath of a motor vehicle collision can be substantial even in the absence of catastrophic injury. It is important for all accident victims to know the rights and remedies afforded to them under the laws of their state.
If you or someone you love suffered injuries as a result of a collision with a motor vehicle, you may be legally entitled to recover monetary compensation for your pain, loss, and expenses under California law. Call the Los Angeles Injury Group at 310-954-7248 and schedule a free consultation to discuss your case and review your options with one of our trusted and esteemed motor vehicle crash attorneys today.