Lions Club Hosting Benefit For Motorcycle Accident Victim

On July 13, the Burlingame Lions Club will be hosting a benefit for Stan Heyne, a Burlingame, Kanas resident, who was severely injured in a motorcycle accident on June 6, according to The Topeka Capital-Journal. Donations will be accepted at the benefit and food will be provided for those who attend. The Bank of Burlingame will be accepting donations from those who will be unable to attend the benefit.

Proceeds from the benefit will go to help support Heyne, his wife, their 12-year-old daughter and their four-year-old son, while he recovers from the accident, which left him with two broken wrists and a punctured lung. Heyne has begun physical and occupational therapy to regain the use of his hands, but he won’t be able to return to his job as a journeyman/lineman for quite a while.

Stan Heyne is a lucky man to be receiving this kind of support in his time of need. However, what about those who are not so lucky? Who do they turn to if they were the victim of a motorcycle accident? What if the accident left them with a catastrophic injury, such as a traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury? Our national accident lawyer helps those suffering because of a motorcycle wreck caused by someone else’s negligence. Call us today at (866) 377-3800 for a free consultation.

[Tom’s Tips: Check your rearview mirror every five to seven seconds and anytime you roll off the throttle.]

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