Hunting Park Motorcycle Accident Fatally Injures Rider

June 25, 2018

Hunting Park Motorcycle Accident Fatally Injures RiderA motorcyclist sustained fatal injuries after a motorcycle accident occurred in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On Sunday night, around 7 pm, the fatal crash took place on Roosevelt Boulevard in the Hunting Park section of the city when a pickup truck cut off a motorcycle from entering the lane ahead of the truck. The 32-year-old woman succumbed to her fatal injuries at the Einstein Medical Center after the Hunting Park motorcycle accident.

Warm summer nights mean that more motorcycles occupy the road and may contribute to the increase in serious motorcycle accidents. Even when motorcyclists follow the rules of the road and engage in safe driving practices, they may be at-risk for personal injuries or potential fatalities since motorcycles contain little to no safety features. Unfortunately, drivers may fail to use caution around motorcycles or be unaware of their presence when driving leading to crashes.

If you or your family member experienced injuries in a motorcycle accident, contact our Philadelphia motorcycle accident lawyers at Nerenberg Law Associates, P.C. at 215-569-9100 or contact us online for a no-obligation, free consultation. Our law practice serves clients in Philadelphia and Montgomery County, Delaware County, Bucks County, and Chester County, but also represents clients in New Jersey and Central Pennsylvania.

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