Mobile, AL (November 18, 2021) – Authorities in Mobile responded to the scene of an accident involving a motorcycle on Wednesday, November 17th. The crash took place around 11:10 a.m. on Wilmer Road just north of Goff Road.
There is no word on the cause of the collision at this time. Police and rescue crews were at the scene just after the collision took place. There were injuries reported but the extent of the injuries and the condition of the victim are unclear. The identity of those involved has not been released and it is not known whether any charges are expected to be filed. Motorists were advised to use caution and to avoid the area if possible.
There is no additional information avaialble. An investigation is ongoing.
We would like to offer our thoughts and best wishes to those affected by this motorcycle crash in Mobile. We hope for a complete recovery.
Motorcycle Crashes in Alabama
According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there is at least an 80 percent chance that a motorcycle crash will result in injuries to those involved. Motorcycle accidents are 26 times more likely to result in death when compared with cars and other larger vehicles. The dangers of riding a motorcycle are very real and cannot be understated. Although they come with many risks, motorcycles remain a popular mode of transportation among many people. It is important to always observe safety rules in order to reduce the risk of a life-altering tragedy.
In Alabama, more than 200 people are killed each year in motorcycle accidents across our state. The cause of the motorcycle crash must be carefully investigated. In many instances, the accident takes place because of the negligent actions of at least one person. It only takes a single mistake for a motorcycle ride to turn deadly. Whether it is the driver of the motorcycle or another vehicle, negligent actions can easily place riders at risk of death or serious injury.
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Mobile Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
If you or a family member have been affected by a motorcycle crash in Mobile, it is important to have skilled legal representation on your side. Too often, crash victims neglect to protect their legal rights. They will attempt to handle their case on their own. As a result, they will receive an unfavorable outcome that does not compensate them for the full value of the case. Here at Cory Watson Attorneys, our Mobile motorcycle accident lawyers will always make sure that you are treated fairly and appropriately despite the unfortunate situation that brought you to us.
Our firm offers a free consultation for all potential clients. We are here for you at all times and we understand the difficulties that you are facing. To speak with a motorcycle accident attorney in Mobile, please reach out to us via the link on our website or give us a call at (205) 328-2200.
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