Road debris Causes Injury In Tustin Motorcycle Crash
Posted on May 10, 2011
An Orange County motorcyclist sustained moderate injuries after a road-debris accident on the 55 Freeway in Tustin.
The Orange county motorcycle crash occurred at 6:49 a.m. on Friday, May 6, 2011.on the southbound 55 transition to the southbound I-5. A motorcyclist was headed south on his Harley Davidson when his wheel struck a piece of lumber that was left on the road. The motorcyclists sustained multiple injuries.
Road hazards debris is especially dangerous for motorcyclists. Even small objects that have little effect on a car can cause a motorcycle to spin out of control. A bit of lumber that carelessly fell off a truck may cause serious injury and cost a motorcyclist thousands of dollars in medical bills, lost wages and property damage.
The Tustin motorcycle injury attorneys at Allen, Flatt, Ballidis and Leslie help victims of motorcycle accidents throughout Southern California. To discuss your claim with a personal injury attorney, contact our office at 866-981-5596.