When you decide to drive a motorcycle, or any vehicle, you’re taking your life into your hands. There’s a saying among motorcyclists, “It’s not a matter of IF you crash, it’s a matter of WHEN.” Unfortunately, one rider is now dead after failing to take precautions.
It was around 8:05pm, another normal night for the driver of a silver Chevy HHR (HHR stands for Heritage High Roof – basically, it’s an SUV). She might have been driving home, perhaps going to see her kids, maybe even just working her way back after a long day at work.
A 19-year-old motorcyclist sped from out of nowhere, crashing into the lady’s vehicle head-on. It provided the 23-year-old woman quite a scare.
The witnesses surrounding the accident say that the Chevy driver was making a left hand turn. After that fateful turn, all we know is that the driver of the motorcycle is now dead, a statistic to be raised up for all to see.
The lady who was driving the vehicle was not charged after she was questioned. Who’s at fault? What if the lady was injured in this car accident? What about liability? Those questions and more can be answered with the help of a trained accident attorney in Houston. Let us help. Make the call.