Orlando motorcycle accident attorneys
A crash involving at least three vehicles, including one motorcycle, left a single person dead and several others injured in Volusia County on the afternoon of Saturday, April 26th. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol stated that the motorcycle accident, which occurred at close to 4:20 in the afternoon, happened along State Road 415, close to where this road intersects with Reed Ellis Road. At this time, a 71-year-old New Smyrna Beach resident was riding their motorcycle down the northern lanes of State Road 415.
A crash within the city of DeBary that took place early in December resulted in the death of one motorcyclist, according to reports from the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office. The motorcycle accident that caused this death is believed to have happened close to 7:30 on the evening of Saturday, December 1st, while numerous vehicles and their drivers were traveling to and from homes, restaurants, and weekend employment. The motorcyclist in question was driving their bike along Dirksen Drive, close to the intersection of this road and Interstate 4, when a Kia sedan attempted to turn across traffic in order to access the interstate.
Two individuals were killed in a motorcycle accident on the night of Thursday, November 15th, after the bike they were riding on collided with the rear of a car traveling before them. According to the official report from the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident happened close to 8:00 at night along State Road 417, close to where this road intersects with State Road 528.
Officials within the Ormond Beach Police Department have confirmed that an officer working for them was one of the individuals involved in an auto accident that took place on Tuesday, November 6th. Reports relating to this incident suggest that the collision happened close to 1:00 in the afternoon and that the officer involved was not severely injured in the incident, although they were transported to a hospital after the crash and received an unknown amount of medical treatment.
An investigation is underway into the death of a 44-year-old traveling along an Orange County road on Sunday, October 21st. According to reports from members of the Florida Highway Patrol working within Orange County, the auto accident happened around 3:30 in the morning and involved a motorcycle and a car.
On Saturday, August 1st, troopers working for the Florida Highway Patrol within the area of Osceola County responded to reports of an accident close to the intersection of Emerald Island Boulevard and Funie Steed Road. While specific details relating to the motorcycle accident are currently not fully available to the public, and while the investigation into the crash is still very much underway, the preliminary reports from the Florida Highway Patrol do sketch a decent outline of the incident as it happened and the unfortunate results.
Police are investigating a hit-and-run motorcycle accident in Casselberry that sent a rider to the hospital with serious injuries. The accident occurred at State Road 436 and Casselton Drive, just north of Aloma Avenue. Police are looking for the driver of a black SUV or sedan who struck the rider and then fled the scene. They believe that the motorcyclist and the driver who struck him were traveling side-by-side in separate lanes when the driver may have swerved into the rider’s lane to avoid construction work in the roadway. They believe that the maneuver caused the driver to collide with and seriously injure the rider. Anyone with any information about the accident is asked to contact the Casselberry Police Department.
St. Cloud police officers are asking for help from anyone who may have witnessed a four-vehicle accident on Highway 192 that killed a motorcyclist. Police say that the accident occurred on Oct. 15 around 3:20 p.m. and involved two sport utility vehicles and two motorcycles. The accident killed a 54-year-old Barefoot Bay man who was operating one of the motorcycles when the accident occurred. The accident closed Highway 192 near Oregon Avenue for nearly nine hours as police conducted their investigation and debris was cleared from the crash site.
A spokesperson for the Florida Highway Patrol has announced that a Seminole County Sheriff’s Deputy was killed recently in a motorcycle accident north of Orlando on December 26. FHP accident investigators say the 53-year-old deputy was on his motorcycle pursuing a speeding driver on Maitland Boulevard at Gateway Drive when a Volkswagen Jetta turned directly in front of him, causing the deputy’s motorcycle to collide with the Volkswagen. Orlando personal injury attorney James O. Cunningham was saddened to hear about this accident, citing another tragic instance where a vehicle turned directly into the path of a rider, giving little or no time to react.