The motorcycle driver, who was involved in a single-vehicle accident in August, passed away from his injuries on Thursday, September 10th. The driver, who was a 65-year-old man named John Garcia, has been hospitalized since the accident occurred. He was riding his motorcycle on Airport Road near Highway 119 when his vehicle slipped off-road.
How Do You Claim Insurance Payout in Motorcycle Accidents?
Amongst all types of auto-vehicles, motorcycle riders are at a higher risk of being injured or dying from a traffic accident. Thus, if one of your loved ones was involved in a motorcycle accident as a driver, it is very likely that the insurance provider involved would try to reduce the amount of payout that your loved one should be entitled to. This risk is even higher if the accident didn’t involve another party.
Insurance investigators might try to assert that your loved one was driving recklessly, thus denying them from claiming a full payout. When having to face this situation, you should have legal counsel ready to defend the rights of you and your loved ones. We can provide a free consultation for your loved ones’ case to check your risk of being denied a payout. You can call us by dialing (866) 698-2306, available 24/7.
Source: Taft Midway Driller