Suspected DUI Motorcycle Crash Resulted in Injuries on Nimitz Boulevard near Atascadero Drive in San Diego

Suspected DUI Motorcycle Crash Resulted in Injuries on Nimitz Boulevard near Atascadero Drive in San Diego

ON April 10, 2018

Motorcycle crash ejected passenger off of motorcycle

According to a news report from the San Diego Tribune Union, on Sunday, April 1st 2018, at about 6:00 p.m. a woman passenger of a motorcycle was seriously injured as a result of a single motorcycle accident that took place on Nimitz Boulevard near Atascadero Drive in the city of San Diego.

Furthermore, the news article stated that a 51-year-old man driving a 2017 Harley Davidson motorcycle hit a curb, went on a sidewalk, crossed over lanes of traffic and struck the center median. Moreover, the accident ejected the 52 year old woman off of the motorcycle and caused an open fracture on one of her legs, as stated by the news report.

In addition, the motorcyclist and the passenger was transported to a nearby hospital by medical personnel, however the severity of the injured rider and passenger are still unclear. Authorities have not yet released any additional information on the injured victims.

Currently, this incident is under review in an ongoing investigation by the authorities, and further details will be reviewed and released to the public as it is determined.

We of the May Firm are saddened to hear the news of this motorcycle accident. Our hearts are heavy and we will keep the victims of this accident in our thoughts and prayers .

Motorcycle accident litigation is different from automobile collisions, and our expert team understands the nuances between the two. We’ll work to get you the highest financial settlement possible for your case, at no out of pocket cost to you. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning the compensation for our services is entirely based on getting you the settlement you need. Often we are able to settle out of court, giving you faster access to funds and allowing you to better focus on your physical and emotional recovery.  If you’ve been injured on a motorcycle by the negligence of another, contact us or call us at 1-(866) 678-4771.