Arlington, TX (September 14, 2020) – An auto accident on Saturday morning claimed the life of one person. At around 3 a.m., on September 12, the Arlington Police Department responded to the site of a motor vehicle accident on East Division Street.
Reports provided by officers from the APD show that two motorcycles were traveling in the 3500 block of East Division Street when they collided.
Both riders were seriously injured in the accident. Medical personnel responded to the scene of the accident and provided medical treatment to both victims. The two injured riders were then transported to local hospitals for further treatment of injuries. Authorities confirmed that one rider succumbed to their injuries while in the hospital.
At this time, the cause of the crash remains under investigation by the police in Arlington.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
We would like to offer our condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.
Fatal Motorcycle Accidents in Texas
Motorcycles are often considered a rejuvenating method of transportation. Here in Texas, nearly 350,000 people are registered motorcycle owners. Although riders account for a small fraction of the number of travelers on roadways daily, they are involved in collisions at an alarming rate. The fact that riders remain vulnerable to outside forces means they are more likely to suffer catastrophic injuries in collisions.
The majority of motorcycle accidents in our state are a result of negligent drivers. Driver errors and those engaging in reckless actions like texting, eating, or changing the radio while driving, as well as those who choose to drive impaired, commonly cause life-changing accidents throughout our state. Although thousands of people are left with serious injuries due to motorcycle accidents, more than 500 motorcyclists lose their lives in accidents throughout our state each year. Losing a loved one in an accident can have a detrimental impact on surviving relatives who are forced to deal with tens of thousands of dollars in funeral costs, medical expenses, and more. When victims end up passing away due to accidents caused by reckless or negligent drivers, it is imperative that their families contact a wrongful death attorney in Texas as soon as possible.
When motorcyclists lose their lives in preventable accidents, their families are able to file wrongful death claims against wrongdoers to obtain compensation for funeral costs, medical treatment, and various other financial burdens they face moving forward after an unexpected loss. Although no amount of compensation could ever make us feel whole against after losing a loved one, having the resources available to cover unexpected costs moving forward can help families immensely. Rasansky Law Firm’s motorcycle accident attorneys in Texas work diligently to ensure grieving families recover the maximum amount of compensation available for their claims. Our aggressive legal team is dedicated to investigating claims for families to build strong cases that get them the justice and compensation they deserve. Contact our personal injury attorneys in Texas at (214) 617-1816 to explore legal options available for you.
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Disclaimer: As a member of the Dallas community, Rasansky Law Firm’s goal is to improve the safety of all residents in the great state of Texas. While we are extremely saddened by the accidents we report on, we hope that through knowledge of these accidents, individuals will exercise caution in order to avoid similar accidents in the future. These reports are not solicitations for business and the information included herein should not be taken as medical or legal advice. We hope for the quickest recovery for those involved in these accidents.