Motorcyclist Injured in San Carlos Hit-and-Run on Highway 101 Saturday
SAN CARLOS (October 13, 2018) – A motorcyclist was injured after an alleged hit-and-run crash along Highway 101 Saturday morning, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch team.
The accident took place at about 10:38 p.m.
CHP first logged the incident when a motorcyclist was struck for an unknown reason by a vehicle on northbound Highway 101 near Holly Street off-ramp.
Motorcycle Rider Hit by Car in San Carlos, Oct 13
The Suzuki sports-bike ended up in the slow lane following the crash. The car involved was described as a gray colored sports car, possibly a BMW, with a red strip on its bumper.
Fire department officials along with the paramedics responded to the scene and attended to the rider who suffered unspecified injuries as a result of the wreck. The name and condition of the victim at this time remained unknown.
Meanwhile, the driver who hit the motorcycle did not stop to render aid and fled the area. Authorities are gathering more information and evidence to locate the motorist.
Personal Injury Lawyer
Most traffic accidents which involve a motorist who flees the scene can be subjected to serious criminal charges, especially when a particular crash causes injuries to another person. Such circumstances are likely considered as “felony hit-and-run,” leaving the victim a legal right to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault individual.
In this case, 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 Johnson Attorneys Group at 855-703-4186 to help you with your case.
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