Aurora Woman Killed in Motorcycle Accident; Stay Safe This Memorial Day

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A woman in Aurora, Colorado was killed on May 18 when the motorcycle she was on hit a car. Police reported the car was making a southbound turn when the motorcycle was still heading east on the right side. Police said the traffic lights for both vehicles were still yellow or just turned red. The male motorcycle driver locked his brakes when the van began to turn, causing the motorcycle to flip before it hit the car. The driver of the car was uninjured, but both motorcyclists were taken to the hospital where the woman was pronounced dead. The male driver is still in critical condition. Alcohol and speeding are not suspected factors in the accident.

Fatal motorcycle accidents can be avoided if drivers take the time to look twice before turning. Accidents caused by careless drivers are why May has been declared Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Be sure to keep in mind this Memorial Day; look out for motorcycles, as thousands of people will pull out there bikes to enjoy the time off.

Even with the increased awareness, motorcycle accidents still happen, causing debilitating injuries such as a traumatic brain injuries. Please call our national injury attorney today at (866) 377-3800 for a free consultation of your case. You may be entitled to compensation.

[Tom’s Tips: Be sure to designate a driver and drink responsibly this Memorial Day.]

Metier Law Firm LLC – Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Representing Clients Nationwide

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