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Motorcyclist Dies in Collision with Box Truck

By November 5, 2021February 2nd, 2024No Comments
Motorcyclist Dies in Collision with Box Truck

According to Florida Highway Patrol, a motorcyclist died after a collision with a box truck that turned into his path on US 41 and Veterans Avenue. Source.

The box truck was being driven by a 55-year-old man from Summerville who was headed west on Veterans Avenue. The 69-year-old motorcyclist was traveling south on US 41 towards Veterans Avenue. At the intersection, the box truck turned into the path of the motorcycle when the motorcycle collided with the undercarriage of the truck.

The man driving the motorcycle was not wearing a helmet and died at the scene of the accident. The box truck driver was not injured. 

In many cases, motorcyclists are not wearing helmets, which can result in fatal injuries like this one. Our mission is to help the victims or their families when these accidents occur. At Beltz & Beltz, our personal injury team has represented the victims and the families of the victims, of motorcycle accidents for many years. 

If you or a loved one have been injured or died as a result of a motorcycle accident, the losses can be extreme. Beltz & Beltz is here to help you recover all of the damages you are entitled to. If you need representation for your motorcycle accident case, contact our office today.

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