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Maison Law

Arroyo Grande, CA – A severe accident involving a motorcycle and a Ford F150 truck resulted in the hospitalization of a 54-year-old man on Tuesday evening, June 25, 2024, according to The San Luis Obispo Tribune.

The collision took place shortly before 6 PM at the intersection of Lopez Drive and Country Oak Way, as detailed in a news release from the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

The motorcyclist was traveling toward the intersection when he failed to, or was unable to, slow down in time, leading to a collision with the rear end of the truck, which was stopped and waiting to turn onto Country Oak Way.

Upon arrival, police and emergency medical services found the motorcyclist unconscious but breathing. He was promptly transported to a local hospital where he is being treated for major injuries. The driver of the Ford F150 truck did not sustain any injuries in the accident.

The CHP confirmed that neither driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the crash, and no arrests were made. The incident remains under investigation.

Personal Injury Claims

Determining fault in a collision can hinge on various factors, and in California, partial liability can be assigned to multiple parties. Assisting in establishing legal liability is one of the key roles that a personal injury attorney can fulfill for victims recovering from a traffic accident.

Suppose it is determined that the actions of another contributed toward the injuries. In that case, victims may qualify to file a personal injury claim with the insurance provider of those responsible. Such a claim can offer compensation to help offset hospital expenses, burial costs, and the loss of income from taking time off work for recovery.

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