[11-19-2021] Riverside County, CA – Fatal Motorcycle Crash in San Jacinto Results in One Death

A 15-year-old boy identified as Carlos M. was killed after a deadly motorcycle collision in San Jacinto on Friday afternoon, November 19, 2021.

[11-19-2021] Riverside County, CA - Fatal Motorcycle Crash in San Jacinto Results in One DeathThe accident happened at around 12:10 p.m. in the area of Soboba Road, just south of Lake Park Drive in San Jacinto.

A motorcycle was initially going northbound on Soboba at 50 mph when rear-ended a northbound 2018 Honda Accord.

Due to the severity of the impact, the Honda crashed into a southbound 2020 Jeep Rubicon. The motorcycle then went down onto the southbound lanes.

The motorcycle rider sustained serious injuries in the accident. He had major blunt force trauma and was rushed to Riverside University System Health Center for treatment. Unfortunately, he later succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead.

Meanwhile, the other driver sustained minor injuries in the crash. She was taken to Hemet Valley Hospital to receive further medical attention.

Information about the crash is limited at the moment. Local authorities are further investigating the case.

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Fatal Motorcycle Accident Statistics

Motorcycle crashes are tragic tragedies that nearly often endanger the motorcyclist more than the other individual involved. Motorcycle riders are especially vulnerable to crashes and are more prone to experience catastrophic and fatal injuries than others.

According to figures from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcycle riders are 16 times more likely than passengers in enclosed vehicles to be wounded or killed in a car collision, according to figures from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Motorcycles account for 11% of all traffic accidents in the United States. In 2018, there were 82,000 motorcycle injuries and 4,985 motorcycle deaths.

It’s dangerous to ride a motorcycle in California. A total of more than 500 motorcyclists were killed, and more than 15,500 were injured in California last year. Over 800,000 registered motorcycles in the state of California are to blame for the high number of accidents.

Distracted driving, speeding, drunk driving, reckless driving, bad weather, wrong-way driving, and failing to respect traffic laws are among the most common causes of motorcycle accidents in the U.S.A.

Riverside County Accident Lawyers for Victims of Fatal Motorcycle Crashes

After a tragic motorcycle accident, the victim’s family may be in a state of sadness and uncertainty. The victim’s family may be vulnerable to the insurance company’s manipulation tactics to settle a claim.

To expedite payouts, most insurance firms generally offer minimal support to victims. Having an attorney on your side might help you avoid being taken advantage of by insurance companies.

Don’t be misled by other local Riverside accident injury law firms who make promises but are not qualified to fight for you and take your case to trial. When you call our Riverside office, you will have a designated injury accident attorney to serve your specific needs throughout the process.

The mission of our skilled legal team is to get you the highest settlement possible. Call us at (951) 530-4659 today and speak directly with a Riverside County fatal motorcycle accident attorney from Arash Law. Telephone and In-person consultations are always absolutely free!

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