Hamilton, NJ – Motorcyclist Suffers Serious Injuries on Crash on Rt 130 near Hamilton MarketplaceNY/NJ Legal News
Hamilton, NJ (October 10, 2023) – A motorcyclist was sent to the hospital with injuries after an accident occurred in Hamilton on Sunday, October 8. At approximately 9:45 a.m., emergency responders were notified of the collision that occurred on Route 130.
Several responders were dispatched to the scene to render aid. Reports show the collision occurred when a 2013 Lexus SUV, operated by a female, age 55, was involved in a collision with a 2018 Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle operated by a man, age 23, from Ewing, New Jersey.
Both drivers were headed north on Route 130 near Marketplace Boulevard Extension in Hamilton. Due to the collision, the biker was ejected from his bike. After he was thrown from the bike, it continued to travel over the southbound lanes of traffic before stopping.
Authorities in Hamilton continue to investigate the details of the collision.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim in hopes of a full recovery.
No further information has currently been reported.
New Jersey Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents often end in serious injuries or even fatalities for the motorcyclist. This is mostly due to the fact that motorcyclists travel with little to no protection against the force of fast, heavy vehicles. The main reason motorcycle collisions happen in New Jersey is drivers failing to see motorcyclists. This normally suggests negligence, as drivers are expected to check their blind spots before changing lanes or turning. When drivers fail to notice motorcyclists, it becomes virtually impossible for them to react in time in order to prevent a crash from occurring.
Statistics gathered by the government in New Jersey outline the fact that more an 50 motorcycle crashes occurred in 2018 that took the life of the involved biker. These collisions and other non-fatal accidents involving motorcyclists happened for a plethora of reasons. Actually, approximately 70% of all motorcycle wrecks happen because of drivers who fail to see the motorcyclist. These accidents and other non-fatal collisions involving motorcyclists were caused by several different problems. Nearly half of all motorcycle crashes happen at intersections. In actuality, almost 70% of all motorcycle accidents are caused by drivers who fail to see the motorcycle rider.
For example, a lot of motorcycle accidents that happen are due to drivers who are intoxicated. These incidents sometimes involve intoxicated motorcyclists; however, the overwhelming majority are caused by the drivers of passenger vehicles.
Speed is also a common factor in the causation of numerous motorcycle wrecks. If the driver of any vehicle is traveling at unsafe speeds, they are placing everyone they encounter at serious risk of sustaining injuries or worse. If a motorcyclist was also speeding, it may be considered a contributing factor, but may not be found to be the defining cause of the collision.
Other common causes of motorcycle collisions include traffic violations, such as texting and driving, failing to stop at stop signs or traffic lights, and failing to yield the right of way.
At Metro Law, our Hamilton motorcycle crash attorneys will launch a thorough investigation into your Hamilton motorcycle accident and consult with occupational and medical professionals in order to verify the damages you have sustained.
Contact our New Jersey motorcycle crash lawyers at (800) 469-6476 to explore legal options available for you.