Tampa, FL (May 4, 2019) - A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries after being involved in a crash with a Ford truck on Friday, May 4th.
Detectives with the Tampa Police Department responded to the eastbound lanes of West Swann Avenue in reference to the crash. Police were able to determine that two motorcycles were riding together when they came to the intersection with Bayshore Boulevard. The motorcyclists attempted a left turn onto Bayshore and one of them collided with a Ford pickup traveling in the middle lane.
The motorcyclist was taken to Tampa General Hospital with serious injuries after being thrown from his bike. He has not been identified at this time.
Motorcycle accidents can be serious and devastating. While motorcycle riders often ride for enjoyment and thrills, a crash can happen suddenly and can be life-altering. As of 2017, Florida led the nation in motorcycle accident deaths. The number of injured victims in these crashes is, unfortunately, also very high.
While every precaution can be taken to make motorcycle riding safer, the fact remains that accidents are bound to happen. If you have been seriously injured in a Florida motorcycle accident, the attorneys at Rubenstein Law can help. We have helped recover millions of dollars for our clients since we first began helping injured accident victims over 30 years ago. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call us today for a free consultation, at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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