Riding a motorcycle is an exhilarating experience, but it can also be extremely dangerous. Unfortunately, accidents happen even when riders take every possible safety precaution. On April 24th, 2023, a motorcyclist was injured in a crash on Kings Canyon Road in Fresno, California, near the intersection of Apricot Avenue. The accident occurred at around 1:41 p.m. and involved a white vehicle and a motorcycle.
According to the California Highway Patrol report, the details of the accident are still under investigation. However, we do know that the motorcycle and car collided, causing injuries to the motorcyclist. The injured rider was taken to a nearby hospital for medical attention, and the extent of their injuries is currently unknown.
This accident is a painful reminder of why it’s essential to have a skilled personal injury lawyer if you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident. At Avian Law Group, we know the danger motorcyclists face every day, and we’re ready to help those who have been hurt by an accident.
Motorcycles are much smaller than cars and trucks, making them less visible on the road. This lack of visibility often leads to devastating accidents with severe injuries or even fatalities. Victims of motorcycle accidents can suffer from head and neck injuries, broken bones, and road rash, among other injuries.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you need a skilled legal team on your side. Avian Law Group can help you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Our experienced attorneys can help you navigate the legal system and deal with the insurance companies, and we’ll fight to protect your rights and ensure that you get the justice you deserve.
We wish a speedy recovery to the motorcyclist involved in this accident, and we’re here to help anyone who needs our assistance following a motorcycle accident. Contact Avian Law Group today for a free case evaluation and let us help you get the compensation you deserve.