Bradenton, FL (March 26, 2021) - A man from Bradenton was killed in a motorcycle accident on Thursday, March 25th. The incident happened in the 4000 block of Ninth Street East.
The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the scene. According to troopers, 21-year-old Tyshalia Renae Miller was driving southbound on Ninth Street. Miller attempted to make a left turn into a driveway when she collided with an eastbound motorcycle. The motorcycle struck the right side of the sedan. The motorcyclist, who has not been identified, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Following an investigation, Miller was arrested and charged with, driving while license canceled, suspended, or revoked; and careless or negligent operation of a motor vehicle causing the death of or serious bodily injury.
No further information has been released.
A Florida motorcycle accident is a very dangerous and potentially deadly event. While motorcycles account for less than 5% of all registered motor vehicles in our state, fatal motorcycle crashes make up about 15% of all reported traffic fatalities. In addition, approximately 80% of all motorcycle crashes in our state at least result in injuries to the motorcyclist.
We would like to extend our condolences to the family of the deceased victim of this motorcycle crash in Bradenton.
Rubenstein Law is dedicated to serving individuals and families injured by the negligence of others. We know first-hand the heartbreak that can be left behind after an accident. In our news blog, we write about cases or personal injury that are relevant to our line of work, and we report on news of judgments and appellate cases that affect the rights of personal injury claimants. We feel a responsibility for the tragic loss of life occurring across our state every day.
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