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Yamaha R3 Sports Bike and Nissan Rogue Collision Claims the Life of 20-Year-Old Motorcyclist in Queens

Yamaha R3 Sports Bike and Nissan Rogue Collision Claims the Life of 20-Year-Old Motorcyclist in Queens

Queens, NY – A motorcycle and SUV collision claimed the life of a 20-year-old motorcyclist at approximately 6:25 a.m. on October 5. The biker was riding a Yamaha R3 sports bike headed south on Cross Bay Boulevard in Howard Beach when he crashed into a 2020 Nissan Rogue turning left onto the on-ramp for the Belt Parkway. The motorcyclist was taken to Jamaica Hospital for treatment of serious injuries including severe head trauma, but he could not be saved. The 31-year-old SUV driver, however, sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Study says that in the state of New York, an average of 170 people die every year due to motorcycle-related accidents. Motorcyclists have almost 40 times greater risk of being killed in an accident than any motor vehicle riders. If you or a loved one have been a victim of a motorcycle accident, be able to explore your legal options to claim the maximum compensation you are entitled to. Start your steps to recovery by consulting the seasoned attorneys at Silberstein, Awad & Miklos, PC. Call them for a free consultation at 1-877-ASK4SAM or schedule an appointment here.

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This post is intended to provide helpful information to improve the safety of those who live and work in the NYC area. We hope that it will help our readers avoid injury accidents and know what to do if they’ve been involved in one themselves. At Ask4SAM, sole goal is to help those who have been injured in an accident in one of the boroughs of New York City. Information in this post should not be considered solicitation, nor should it be construed as medical or legal advice.