Coyote Spooks San Jose Motorcyclists and Sparks Pileup Accident
On April 2, 2011, three San Jose, CA motorcyclists were injured in a chain-collision motorcycle accident on Highway 101 south of Cotati, on a steep section of roadway known as the Cotati Grade. According to reports by law enforcement officers, seven motorcyclists were enjoying a scenic Saturday morning ride when the lead rider tried to use hand signals to point out to his fellow bikers the spectacle of a coyote standing on a hillside overlooking the road. Instead, the distracted 56-year-old San Jose motorcyclist lost control of his bike and crashed, receiving serious injuries and sparking a pileup motorcycle accident among his fellow riders. Among those injured were a 47-year-old San Jose motorcyclist and a 49-year-old Cupertino motorcyclist. All injured motorcyclists were taken to local hospitals for medical treatment.
Distraction equals disaster to a motorcyclist: San Jose Motorcycle Accident Injury Lawyers
While riding in a group can have its advantages, when one rider becomes distracted, he or she can endanger the lives of everyone in the group. All too often, the negligent actions of a single distracted driver (or rider) can trigger a serious or fatal motorcycle accident with domino-like effects. These devastating motorcycle accidents can cause long-term financial disaster for families burdened by the high cost of medical therapy and rehabilitation that can follow a motorcycle crash.
A San Jose motorcycle attorney can help you if you are injured in a motorcycle accident.
If you or someone you love has been injured or burdened by a motorcycle accident in San Jose, Cupertino, Palo Alto, Santa Cruz, or anywhere throughout Northern California, you should seek the guidance of a knowledgeable San Jose motorcycle accident lawyer. An experienced San Jose motorcycle accident attorney can review the circumstances of the accident, discuss the available options with you, and fight to win the financial compensation and long-term relief that your family may need. Call the San Jose motorcycle accident injury attorneys at 1-800-4-BIKERS to set up a free appointment. We Ride—We Care—We Win.
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