Motorcyclist Critically Injured in Hit-and-Run on State College Boulevard
ANAHEIM (October 22, 2018) – A motorcyclist was critically injured after an alleged hit-and-run crash along State College Boulevard on Monday evening, according to The Orange County Register.
The accident took place at about 6 p.m. near East Viking Avenue.
As per the article, Anaheim police said a man was riding a motorcycle on State College Boulevard when for an unknown reason he was struck by a vehicle.
Man on Motorcycle Hit by Car in Anaheim, Oct 22
The rider was left lying in the roadway with injuries considered as life-threatening. He was then immediately taken to a hospital where he was listed in critical condition.
Meanwhile, police affirmed that the driver involved did not stop to render aid and fled the scene after hitting the victim. The suspect car was described as a Chevrolet Suburban SUV.
The northbound lanes of College Boulevard from Vermont to East Viking Avenues were forced to shut down as a result of the wreck. The investigation is ongoing.
*We extend our sincerest thoughts and prayers to the motorcyclist and his family and friends during such a difficult time. We wish him a full recovery.
Orange County Personal Injury Lawyer
In this case, it is apparent that the driver of the Chevrolet Suburban will be held responsible for causing the incident that led to the critical injuries of the man involved. Leaving the scene following a crash is a serious crime and punishable by law especially if the collision gravely injured another individual.
The family of the motorcycle rider may be entitled to a personal injury claim seeking a compensation for all the hospital bills, future medical needs, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
If your loved one has been hurt in a hit-and-run collision, contact our experienced Orange County personal injury lawyer at 855-703-4186 to help you with your case.
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