[11-20-2021] Riverside County, CA – One Person Seriously Injured After a Motorcycle Crash in Valle Vista

One unidentified man was seriously injured after a major motorcycle crash in Valle Vista on Saturday morning, November 20, 2021.

[11-20-2021] Riverside County, CA - One Person Seriously Injured After a Motorcycle Crash in Valle VistaThe crash happened at approximately 10:26 a.m. on Highway 74 near Bee Canyon in Valle Vista.

A silver Toyota and a sports bike collided on the roadway for unclear reasons. The circumstances leading up to the crash have not been established.

The motorcycle rider was seriously injured in the crash. He was airlifted to a nearby trauma center for treatment. His condition and identity have not been disclosed.

The Toyota driver was uninjured in the crash. He remained at the scene and willingly cooperated with authorities.

Currently, no further details about the crash are available. It’s unclear whether intoxication played a role in the mishap.

The case is currently under further investigation. Authorities will attempt to determine the factors and the liability in the accident.

arash law - free police report - desktop 2

Motorcycle Crash Statistics

It is common for motorcycle accidents to be fatal or to result in serious injuries. The likelihood of being seriously injured on a motorcycle is higher than in a private vehicle.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclists were more likely to die in traffic accidents in 2018 than passengers in private vehicles. In 2017, approximately 5,286 motorcyclists were killed in the United States.

Additionally, motorcycle fatalities occur 28 times more frequently than vehicle fatalities in motor vehicle crashes.

Some common injuries that motorcyclists sustain from accidents are road rash, brain injuries, and broken bones. However, there is a way to prevent sustaining fatal injuries from a motorcycle accident.

However, there is a way to avoid fatal injuries in the event of a traffic collision. To prevent catastrophic injuries, motorcycle riders should always wear a helmet and dress appropriately. Helmet use was estimated to be 37% effective at preventing motorcycle fatalities.

Riverside County Personal Injury Lawyers for Victims of Motorcycle Accidents

Most motorcycle riders take the full brunt of an accident with the road, another vehicle, a tree, or other deadly forces. They are often left with permanent, debilitating injuries that change the course of their lives.

The more serious your injuries are, the more money it will take to fairly compensate you for your losses. This is why motorcycle accident victims often have even more financial stake in their personal injury settlement than victims of less severe accidents.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact the experienced Riverside motorcycle accident lawyers at Arash Law right away.

At Arash Law, our experienced Riverside accident lawyers know how to fight for your right to compensation. We have helped many accident victims recover damages after auto accidents, dog bites, workplace accidents, slip and fall incidents, nursing home abuse and neglect, truck crashes, and many other types of accidents. Call (888) 488-1391 as soon as possible to schedule your free consultation.

Related News
Request a Free Police Report
Check More From Our Award-Winning Law Firm
Suggest a Correction


Thank You, We’ll contact you shortly.