Motorcyclist Injured in Magnolia Car Accident

A motorcycle rider was seriously injured in a New Jersey intersection crash that was so violent that the rider’s helmet broke apart when it struck the pavement. According to a WPVI news report, the car accident occurred at Whitehorse Pike and Warwick Road in Magnolia. Officials say the motorcycle was stopped at a red light when a beige Ford Taurus crashed into it at a high rate of speed. The male motorcycle rider sustained serious head and leg injuries. According to an eyewitness account, the female driver appeared impaired in some way. She will face citations pending the official investigation.

Motorcycle accidents commonly occur at intersections. Drivers who fail to obey traffic lights or stop signs run the risk of causing a high-speed accident. Drivers who fail to properly yield the right-of-way can also cause devastating injuries to motorcyclists. Anyone whose act of negligence or wrongdoing results in a collision with a motorcycle can be held liable for the injuries caused in addition to facing citations or criminal charges.

Victims of intersection accidents can protect their legal rights by speaking with an experienced lawyer. In such cases, victims can pursue compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and other related damages.

The reputed motorcycle crash injury lawyers in NJ at Lependorf & Silverstein fight for the best interests of motorcycle riders. We offer free case evaluations at (609) 240-0040 to anyone who has suffered a loss as a result of someone else’s negligence.