Redding, CA – Motorcyclist Killed in Accident on CA-44
Redding, CA (August 1, 2020) – A motorcycle accident in the Redding area claimed one person’s life on Friday. At approximately 9:30 p.m., on July 31, the California Highway Patrol responded to the site of a collision on California State Highway 44.
Reports provided by CHP indicate that a motorcyclist was traveling on the eastbound side of California State Highway 44 when their vehicle collided with a Chevy SUV near the Park Marina Drive off-ramp. The impact of the collision caused extensive injuries to the motorcyclist. CHP officers and medical personnel responded to the scene of the collisions and pronounced the motorcyclist deceased. Firefighters and CHP immediately secured the area and began investigating the cause of the crash. Investigations remain underway at this time.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the victim who lost their life in this accident.
Fatal Motorcycle Accidents in California
Hundreds of motorcyclists lose their lives in accidents across the state of California each year. In fact, motorcycle accidents account for approximately 14% of victims killed each year in traffic-related incidents. These accidents are often preventable, yet we continue to witness the distressing outcomes families are forced to endure as a result of negligent and reckless drivers. When people lose their lives in motorcycle accidents, their families should reach out to a California wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. Families may be entitled to compensation to help alleviate the financial burdens they face moving forward.
The Law Offices of William E. Weiss has decades of experience assisting families with protecting their legal rights after losing loved ones in fatal collisions. For nearly four decades, California motorcycle accident attorney William E. Weiss has represented numerous families who have lost loved ones in motorcycle accidents caused by careless actions of other motorists to ensure they get the justice they deserve. Over the years, the Law Offices of William E. Weiss have succeeded in helping thousands of Californians pursue the legal options available to them after being injured or losing loved ones in avoidable accidents.
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