Bay Area Motorcycle Accident Lawyer News: Woman badly hurt in Pacifica DUI crash

08/06/2010 // San Francisco, CA, USA // Mary Alexander // Mary Alexander- San Francisco injury attorney

Pacifica, CA (Bay Area Motorcycle Accident Lawyer News)—A motorcycle passenger was listed in critical condition after the bike she was riding on “tipped over” in San Mateo County. The bike accident occurred before 2 a.m. Friday, July 2, 2010, prompting the arrival of Pacifica police and emergency medical services (EMS) personnel. While the motorcycle’s operator managed to escape injury in the accident, he was arrested on felony drunken driving charges. The motorcyclist was reportedly booked into San Mateo County Jail, with his bail set at $50,000. If the injured passenger were to succumb to her injuries, the then-intoxicated motorcyclist could face vehicular manslaughter charges, as reported by the Mercury News and San Francisco injury attorney Mary Alexander.

Reports indicated a 48-year-old SoCal resident, accompanied by a 50-year-old female passenger, were riding a motorcycle when it seemingly fell over. Police received a call and rushed to the scene, located next to the Sharp Park Golf Course at Francisco Boulevard. Upon doing so, they discovered the inebriated motorcyclist and his badly injured passenger. The unidentified woman was reportedly rushed to San Francisco General Hospital. According to Pacifica Police Capt. Dave Bertini, the victim was placed in the intensive care unit with head injuries. It was not stated if the woman suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the motorcycle wreck. “Everybody is in danger on the roads during a weekend of this sort… People tend to overindulge during holidays, and this is the type of thing that ends up happening,” Bertini said. Police are conducting a full investigation into the DUI-related motorcycle accident.

Leading motorcycle accident attorney Mary Alexander, states if you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed in a motorcycle crash, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and damages. Contacting a veteran personal injury lawyer who is knowledgeable in litigating your specific claims may help you recover damages you deserve.

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San Francisco, CA 94104

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