Daytona Beach motorcycle accident lawyers
While most motorcyclists were enjoying the local festivities on the first day of the 82nd Annual Bike Week in Daytona Beach, one group of bikers took their celebrations a little too far last Friday evening resulting in a T-bone collision on Old Dixie Highway.
Preliminary accident reports released by officials with the Daytona Beach Police Department indicate that a 31-year-old resident of Alabama was tragically killed early this past Saturday morning after the motorcyclist was involved in a rear-end collision with another vehicle near an intersection close to the Daytona International Speedway.
Police with Daytona Beach responded to reports of an accident that took place close to 7:40 at night on Tuesday and involved a motorcycle as well as a Honda Civic. What we know at this time is that the evening crash happened while the two vehicles were traveling along North Atlantic Avenue and Plaza Boulevard. Shortly before the incident, a 19-year-old man from Daytona Beach was behind the wheel of a 2017 four-door Honda Civic. He was driving this Civic down the northern lanes of North Atlantic Avenue, which is also called State Road A1A at this particular point, when he reached the intersection of North Atlantic Avenue and Plaza Boulevard.
A crash on Tuesday, October 2nd, in the city of Daytona Beach resulted in the death of a motorcyclist after they were thrown from their vehicle. According to a report from the Daytona Beach Police Department, the accident took place at Midway Avenue, at the location where this street intersects with Williamson Boulevard. The initial reports did not indicate the time of day when the crash took place, and no updates to the story have yet to be released to provide us with the most current information that relates to the case.
Break out the leather and rev up your engines, it’s time again for Biketoberfest at the legendary Daytona Beach in Florida. This annual festival for 2014 runs from October 16-19, and is bigger and better each and every year. If you’ve visited before then be sure to visit again and see all the new vendors and musical acts, and if you’re a newcomer, then get ready for the ride of your life!