- June 9, 2010
- In motorcycle Accident
A motorcycle accident claimed the life of a 17-year-old recently near the intersection of Santa Ana Canyon Road and Maud Lane in Anaheim. Accident reports say the teen was traveling westbound on Santa Ana Canyon Road when his motorcycle collided with a Chrysler attempting to turn onto Maud Lane. The teen was rushed to Western Medical Center in Santa Ana where he died from his injuries. Although the victim was wearing a helmet, the force of the impact caused fatal injuries.
Anaheim motorcycle accident lawyer Samer Habbas knows all too well that motorcycle accidents in California have been trending upward for many years, as have motorcycle accident fatalities. Our state’s famously sunny weather combined with the surging popularity of motorcycles for their fun factor and gas mileage make this mode of transportation an increasingly common sight on California streets and highways. Regrettably, that has led to more deaths and injuries in motorcycle accidents.
The cause of this motorcycle accident is sadly typical in that the driver of an automobile who did not see the motorcyclist or respect his right of way caused it. If you or someone you care for has been injured or killed in a motorcycle accident, contact Southern California motorcycle accident attorney Samer Habbas today at 888.848.5084. Mr. Habbas is an experienced California motorcycle accident lawyer who has been helping accident victims and their families for many years. He offers free consultations and works hard to help each client recover the damages they deserve to help with medical expenses, lost wages, physical rehabilitation and other costs.
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