a Verne, CA (July 13, 2020) – A serious collision between two motorcyclists was reported on Saturday afternoon, July 11th, in La Verne. According to the California Highway Patrol, it took place at around 5:35 p.m. at the intersection of Big Dalton Canyon and Glendora Roads.
CHP officers said that two motorcyclists entered the intersection and collided for reasons that are under investigation. Both operators were ejected from their bikes due to the impact of the collision.
One of the victims suffered major injuries including fractures to their head and back. The other victim was hospitalized with unconfirmed injuries. The cause of the crash remains under investigation at this time.
No further information has been made available.
Our thoughts are with the victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Motorcycle Accidents in Los Angeles County
In 2016, fatal collisions involving motorcyclists all across the state of California accounted for around 15.1% of vehicle-related deaths. Like anywhere else throughout the Golden State, motorcycle accidents in Los Angeles County frequently end with severe injuries or fatalities. Cyclists are at high risk due to their vulnerability, particularly when a distracted, intoxicated, or otherwise negligent party is involved.
Suffering an unexpected injury or loss of a loved one can be an extremely devastating and overwhelming time. Our compassionate Torrance motorcycle accident attorneys at AgnewBrusavich have devoted their lives to helping those who have been unjustly affected by the actions of reckless drivers. We are highly familiar with the immeasurable pain and difficulties that follow a serious crash, and we are prepared to go to work fighting for the justice and compensation you deserve. If you lost a family member or suffered injuries because of a negligent party, contact our Los Angeles accident attorneys at (310) 928-9081 today.
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