Tucson, AZ – Motorcyclist Injured in Crash on N Oracle Rd
Tucson, AZ (August 30, 2020) – At approximately 2:40 p.m., on August 29, the Tucson Fire Department and Police Department were called to the site of a crash on North Oracle Road.
Reports from local news sources show that a car was traveling through the intersection of North Oracle Road and West Ina Road when it collided with a motorcycle.
The rider was ejected as a result of the collision. Medical personnel responded to the site of the crash and immediately began to render aid to the injured motorcyclist in the center lane of the road. The victim was subsequently rushed to an area hospital for further treatment of injuries. At this time, the police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash.
Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident. We hope for their full recovery.
Motorcycle Accidents in Arizona
More than 2,700 motorcycle accidents take place throughout the state of Arizona each year. Riders are left vulnerable to the impact of motor vehicles because they maintain little protection from harm while riding. Although motorcycles can be enjoyable to ride, doing so comes with significant risks to riders. The fact that so many motorists sharing the road engage in reckless and negligent actions while operating their vehicles means riders on these compact vehicles are likely to experience the negative consequences. As a result, many of these accidents result in debilitating injuries that force victims into hospitals.
In many cases, injured motorcyclists require extensive medical treatment for their injuries. Riders involved in these accidents result in debilitating injuries that force victims into hospitals and require them to spend months in therapy. Riders are left vulnerable to the impact of motor vehicles because they maintain little protection from harm while riding. As a result, many of these accidents result in debilitating injuries that force victims into hospitals. Although there are a variety of treatment options available for motorcyclists following collisions, they come at a substantial cost and without the guarantee of a full recovery. When victims are injured in accidents, due to the negligent actions of other drivers sharing the road, it is crucial that they contact a motorcycle accident attorney in Arizona as soon as possible.
Rockafellow Law Firm’s personal injury lawyers in Arizona have fought aggressively for over 40-years to protect the legal rights of victims throughout Pima County and surrounding neighborhoods after being harmed in accidents caused by negligent drivers. Our team provides effective and aggressive legal representation to those in need to ensure they maximize their recoveries. Contact our Tucson law firm at your earliest convenience by calling (520) 334-1354 to explore legal options available for you.
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