Motorcyclist Collides With Biagi Bros Big Rig
ACAMPO (September 10, 2018)- According to the California Highway Patrol, a motorcycle and a big rig were involved in an accident this afternoon at or near Woodbridge Road and 99 Frontage Road.
CHP officials were dispatched to the crash site at 12:11 p.m.
An apparent “Biagi Bros” semi-truck had collided with an unidentified motorcyclist.
The rider suffered moderate to serious injuries and was transported away by ambulance to a nearby hospital.
No details were provided in regards to the cause of the collision which remains under investigation at this time.
Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Based on the information provided in the report, the company employing the semi-truck driver could potentially be held liable for the collision. A thorough investigation will ensue, however, as photos that were taken of the scene and compiled evidence will help investigators determine the ultimate cause of the collision. Police officials will examine all potential factors including speed, the possible involvement of alcohol or drugs, or whether or not there were any mechanical issues with the vehicle. The investigation will also consist of looking at measurements of evidence left by the vehicles such as point of impact, final resting positions of each vehicle, skid marks, and gouge marks.
Pending the results and findings of the investigation for this accident, the motorcycle victim may be granted the right to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against the driver of the big rig. Injured accident victims are entitled to seek a recompense for the medical expenses and hospital bills, loss of future income, and pain and suffering.
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