54-Year-Old Motorcyclist Dead in Bronx Parkway Crash
Bronx, NY – A Bronx Parkway crash claimed the life of a 54-year-old motorcyclist at approximately 12:27 a.m. on September 6. The accident occurred when the rider heading south on the Henry Hudson Parkway sideswiped a 2008 Pontiac traveling in the same direction near Exit 21 at West 249th Street. The biker was ejected from his motorcycle due to the impact of the collision, and hit his head on the roadway. Authorities pronounced him dead at the scene.
Compared to the data of motorcycle fatalities last year, casualties have increased around this time of the year, despite the Coronavirus pandemic shutdown in place. More bikers engage in riskier driving along empty streets and highways. If you or a loved one have been involved in a motorcycle crash in NYC, it is essential that you explore your legal options on how to recover full compensation for your case. Contact the committed attorneys at Silberstein, Awad & Miklos for a free consultation by calling 1-877-ASK4SAM or making an appointment here.
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