Monthly Archives: March 2013

Four Arrested in California Motorcycle Blockade Marriage Proposal

On eastbound Interstate 10 near West Convina, between 250 and 400 motorcycles abruptly stopped traffic on January 27 in order for 24-year-old Hector Martinez to propose to his girlfriend. It was a joyous event filled with pink smoke, revving motorcycles and a very surprised bride-to-be. However, there was one group who was not thrilled about… read more

Fatal Car Accident on Highway 93 Caused by Illegal Passing

The name of a 61-year-old woman killed in a car crash on March 13 has been released to the public. The Daily Camera reported that Patricia Bybee of Littleton was involved in a three-car accident, and died at the scene from a possible brain injury. The wreck was caused by 21-year-old Michael McCoy, who attempted… read more

Wintry Conditions Blamed For Fatal Car Accidents in Wyoming

The Wyoming Star Tribune reported that wintry conditions may be a contributing factor in two fatal vehicle accidents that occurred on March 11. The first crash happened near Glenrock on Interstate 25 and involved one semi truck. Authorities say that the tractor trailer drifted off a bridge for unknown reasons. The truck driver, whose name… read more

SUV Turns Into Path of Motorcyclist in Brighton, Kills Rider

Very few facts have been released about a fatal motorcycle accident that occurred on March 13. Brighton’s Standard Blade reported that 54-year-old Jeffrey Meeker was struck and killed by another vehicle while riding his motorcycle near East Bridge Street and South 22nd Avenue. 21-year-old Zebulon Graeb was attempting to turn left in his SUV when… read more

Wyoming Accident Lawyers Reviews Army-Wide Motorcycle Safety Education Campaign

Spring is here, and motorcyclists everywhere know that this is the optimal weather in which to ride. With the increase of riders on the road, the risk of riders being involved in accidents and sustaining personal injuries also increases. According to the Red Stone Rocket, Army officials state that at its peak, it was losing… read more

Colorado Injury Lawyers See Dangers in Western Colorado Oil Spill

An oil spill accident involving more than 60,000 gallons of toxic hydrocarbon was found by construction crews near Parachute, but the source of the oil plume has not been identified. Workers are trying to remove the underground oil with vacuum trucks, and have withdrawn approximately 5,418 gallons as of March 18. The crew reports that… read more

Proposed Helmet Holiday To Promote Missouri Tourism

Thousands of motorcycle riders who will travel through Missouri this summer on their way to the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota may get a reprieve from the state’s mandatory helmet law. This video from 2009 proves that this is in no way a new debate.  State lawmaker, Rep. Delus Johnson, R-St. Joseph, has… read more

Excessive Speed Considered Factor In Peyton Head-On Collision

Charges may be brought against 25-year-old Sarah Larocca, the driver of a Volkswagen Jetta that caused a major head-on collision last month. Authorities said that Larocca drifted into oncoming traffic on Jones Road, and subsequently collided with a sedan traveling east bound. The force of the car accident caused Larocca, one adult passenger, a 1-year-old… read more

Law Enforcement Agencies In Oklahoma Take A Proactive Approach To Motorcycle Safety

As the weather turns warmer and road conditions improve, law enforcement agencies prepare to encounter more motorcycle traffic on area roads. In Oklahoma, at least two separate agencies are taking a “prevention is the best cure” approach to cut down on motorcycle accidents. In Edmond, Oklahoma, approximately 240 riders every year are trained in motorcycle… read more