[05-28-2022] Tehama County, CA – One Person Injured After a Motorcycle Crash in Dairyville

Una Persona Herida Después de un Choque de Motocicleta en DairyvilleA 37-year-old man identified as Bradley Mithcell N. was injured following a motorcycle crash in Daryville on Saturday evening, May 28, 2022.

The collision happened in the area of State Route 99E, north of Andrews Street in Dairyville at around 5:30 p.m.

A 1987 Harley Davidson was traveling in front of a 2002 Ford Mustang when the Ford driver struck the motorcyclist for unclear reasons.

The motorcycle rider was seriously injured and was rushed to St. Elizabeth Community Hospital for treatment.

The Ford driver remained at the scene and cooperated with authorities. No other injuries were reported.

It’s unclear whether intoxication played a role in the crash. An active investigation of the case is currently underway.

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Motorcycle Accident Statistics

Motorcyclists that crash with a car or truck are at danger of serious or even fatal injuries. Road rash, traumatic tattoos, and even brain injuries are just some of the dangers that motorcycle riders face on a daily basis.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there has been a 129 percent increase in motorcycle fatalities between 1997 and 2006, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

In the United States, motorcyclists are responsible for 11 percent of all road accidents, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), there were 82,000 injuries and 4,985 deaths caused by motorcycles in 2018.

Distracted driving, speeding, drunk driving, reckless driving, adverse weather and wrong-way driving are among the most common causes of motorcycle accidents.

A helmet would have saved the lives of 37 out of every 100 motorcycle riders killed in accidents without one, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Riders should always wear a helmet and other protective gear. Up to 85 percent of serious injuries can be avoided by wearing a helmet. If you’re riding at night or in poor visibility, it’s especially important that you wear reflective clothing on your bike.

Tehama County Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

You may be unable to work and support yourself and your family after a motorbike accident while you recuperate from your injuries. In circumstances like these, more financial assistance may be required.

The expertise of the lawyer you select can have a significant impact on the amount of compensation you receive. Lawyers with a proven track record and extensive experience at the negotiating table and in court can usually earn you much more money.

The Tehama County motorcycle accident injury lawyers at Arash Law will make sure you have enough money to cover your bills following a motorbike accident.

Our attorneys can also determine who else may be at fault for your accident and obtain funds from a variety of sources to ensure you have everything you need now and in the future. To schedule your free consultation, call (888) 488-1391 as soon as possible.

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