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Warmer Weather and Motorcycles

Warmer Weather and Motorcycles

The warming weather means that it’s time to bring out your motorcycle after a long winter of being unable to ride. It’s tempting to get out there and just enjoy the open road.   So far this season, there has already been several motorcycle crashes, which means you need to be aware and ready for your ride.

Toms River

Car on motorcycle accidents can be devastating.   An unnamed motorcyclist was taken to the hospital after a collision with a car during an afternoon in Toms River.   The motorcyclist has life-threatening injuries.   Witnesses that arrived on the scene said that the motorcycle was in the middle of the road, and the rider was unresponsive lying in the street away from the crash.   Emergency crews arrived within a short period and transported the motorcyclist.   The driver of the Sonata involved had no information released on them.

Upper Freehold

Car on motorcycle accidents are not the only types of devastating accidents that can occur.   Last month, two motorcycles collided in Upper Freehold which resulted in both of the riders being killed.   The men were found dead on the scene and not able to be revived.   This crash occurred when one motorcyclist was attempting to turn left onto Sharon Station Road, and the other motorcycle struck him.

Each of these incidents reflects the fact that even the most experienced drivers and motorcyclists can run into troubles when they are out and about for a drive.   Being mindful of where you are and who is surrounding you at all times is important.   However, there’s a reason why accidents are called accidents.   Things can happen to even the most aware people.   When you find yourself in a situation where you’ve been in a motorcycle crash, it’s important to contact a lawyer that understands the ins and outs of cases involving motorcycles.

That’s why you can trust Andrew Prince when you’re in a motorcycle accident in New Jersey.   Contact us today about your situation.