ANAHEIM, California (March 14, 2017)- A motorcyclist identified as Mohanad Alkabbani, 27, of Garden Grove, and a car collided Monday night in a fatal crash on Lincoln Avenue, near Empire Street, according to a report by the Orange County Register.
The crash took place about 7:47 p.m. Paramedics and police rushed to the scene where they found Alkabbani suffering from major injuries following the crash.
He was taken by ambulance to UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange, where he later died of his injuries about 9:31 p.m. the same night, the Orange County Sheriff Coroner reports.
The woman who was driving the vehicle involved in the crash was unharmed. She stopped and was cooperative with the police investigation. Preliminary results indicate that drugs and alcohol were not factors.
Police closed down Lincoln Avenue between Empire and Brookhurst streets as they conducted their investigation into liability for the fatal crash.
Liability for Accidents
Whenever there is a fatality involved in a collision, there will be a full investigation into which driver was responsible for the crash. Police will interview parties involved and witnesses, collect evidence at the scene, determine if there is video surveillance in an effort to prove fault. There are many factors that may influence their decision such as the speed of all involved vehicles, whether there were traffic violations, distractions, drugs and alcohol and much more.
If you have lost a loved one in a traffic accident due to a negligent driver, it’s important that you take immediate steps to protect your legal rights by calling a qualified personal injury attorney. Johnson Attorneys Group is proud to serve Orange County for more than a decade. Our California law firm can be reached at 800-235-6801. Call us for a FREE CONSULTATION 24/7.
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