Southampton Township, N.J. – Man Dies in Motorcycle Accident on Route 70NY/NJ Legal News
Southampton Township, N.J. (August 13, 2019) – A man has died after he was involved in an accident that included a car and a motorcycle over the weekend, according to authorities. The fatal New Jersey motorcycle accident occurred on Sunday, around 8:30 p.m., at the intersection of Route 70 and Burrs Mill Road.
Police say that the accident occurred when a motorcyclist, identified as 56-year-old David Warner, of Southampton, was driving westbound on Route 70 on his 2009 Harley Davidson when he struck the rear of a Chrysler PT Cruiser that was attempting to turn right on Burrs Mill Road. The motorcycle fell over and threw Warner onto the eastbound lanes, where he was then fatally struck by a Cadillac Escalade. Emergency crews responded to the scene and pronounced Warner deceased at the scene. No word has been given about the drivers of the Chrysler or Cadillac at the time of this article’s posting.
We would like to extend our condolences to the family who lost their loved ones in this accident. It is never easy losing someone that you love in such a tragic way, and so we hope that you may find peace and love as you begin to heal from this terrible event.
Motorcycle Accidents and Fatalities
When motorcycle accidents occur, they will often end with serious injuries or deaths. This is due to a number of reasons, though the most common reason is due to the lack of safety features motorcycles have available to them. Riders are left open to the element on motorcycles, and so they have little protection in an accident. It’s for this reason that all drivers be aware of motorcycles on the road and that all motorcyclists practice caution around vehicles as well.
After you’ve been injured in a serious motorcycle accident, call the lawyers at the Law Offices of Robert A. Solomon of Metro Law. Our team knows what you need following your accident, and we will work hard to get you the compensation you need to help you move past this terrible event. Call our office today at (800) 469-6476 to speak with our team.
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