Tarpon Springs motorcyclist was killed on Sunday when he hit an SUV. A 2007 Toyota SUV driven by Florida teen turns left in front of rider causing death.
January 5, 2009, West Palm Beach, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Justice bike wreck reporters and Volusia County motorcycle wreck lawyers report a Tarpon Springs bike wreck death. A unidentified 37 year-old biker was killed Sunday when a Toyota SUV turned left in front of him. The biker was riding a 2003 Honda motorcycle when he crashed into the SUV driven by an 18 year-old male. The biker died at the scene. Tarpon Springs Police Department are still investigating witness statements and crash scene evidence.
JNF motorcycle crash correspondents and Central Florida bike wreck attorneys alert all motorists about the following motorcycle crash statistics obtained in studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Transportation www.dot.gov:
-Motorcycle accidents are more likely to occur at night
-60% of all motorcycle fatalities occur at night
-Nearly half of all motorcyclists involved in fatal accidents were speeding
-Approximately 80 percent of all motorcycle accidents result in injury or death
Bike safety advocates for Justice and Daytona Beach motorcycle crash attorneys say the best way to prevent serious injury or death while riding is to use both proper safety equipment and defensive driving techniques. If you or someone you know have been injured in a bike crash you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and damages.
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