Kissimmee, FL (November 4, 2018) - Police in Kissimmee are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred on Vine Street on Saturday, November 3rd.
Officers were called to the scene on Saturday evening in reference to the crash. Upon their arrival, they discovered a motorcyclist suffering from critical injuries. The motorcyclist was later pronounced dead due to the injuries sustained in the accident. There is no word at this time on how the accident occurred and the motorcyclist's identity has yet to be revealed.
The area at Vine Street from Central Avenue to John Young Parkway was closed while police investigated the accident. Motorists were forced to take an alternate route to get to their destinations. An investigation into the crash remains ongoing at this time.
A serious motorcycle accident can occur at any time. No one expects that they will be involved in a serious crash when they get on the road. The reality though is that there are approximately 250,000 injury accidents reported each year in Florida and many of these accidents will, unfortunately, involve serious injury. Approximately 14% of all traffic deaths involve motorcycles.
When you are hurt in an accident that was not your fault, you have legal rights. The other driver, as well as your own insurance company, may be responsible for payment of your medical bills and other damages related to the accident. In these situations, you should speak with an experienced Florida personal injury attorney.
At Rubenstein Law, our attorneys assist the victims of car accidents all across our state. For a free consultation, call us at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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