Motorcycle Curb Collision Kills One in Lubbock


One person is dead following a motorcycle crash in Lubbock, Texas.

About the Lubbock Motorcycle Death

KCBD News states that one person has died in motorcycle accident on 65th and Quaker in Lubbock, Texas. The fatal crash occurred Sunday night, November 8.

Currently, the Lubbock Police Department suspect the motorcyclists lost control while navigating curves. The motorcycle is believed to have struck into a curb before crashing.

The investigation is ongoing. 

Lack of Protection Leaves Motorcyclists Open to Catastrophic Injuries

The injuries sustained when a motorcyclist is involved in an accident with a vehicle are often more severe because the motorcyclist does not have nearly as much protection as someone would have when driving in a car. While motorcyclists can wear protective gear, such as a leather jacket, knee pads, and a helmet, the gear is not always going to save them from the impact of a serious collision, especially if the motorist of the other vehicle is driving at a fast rate of speed.

Unfortunately, if a motorcyclist is thrown from the bike, they can end up with traumatic brain injuries and blunt force trauma that leads to internal bleeding, causing them to succumb to their injuries.

Contact an Experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Did you get into an accident while you were riding on your motorcycle? If you were seriously injured and you know that you did not have any fault in causing the accident, you should try to seek compensation. Thomas J. Henry Law would like to help you seek financial compensation from your injuries and the trauma you have experienced

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info@tjhlaw.com

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