Carneys Point Man Injured in Motorcycle Crash
A Carneys Point man in his 40s was injured in a recent New Jersey motorcycle accident that may have involved other motorcyclists who fled the scene of the crash. According to a South Jersey Times news report, the motorcycle crash occurred on the Penns Grove-Auburn Road near the entrance of the Carneys Point Recreation Complex.
Officials say the victim’s motorcycle was headed east when it left the roadway. He was ejected from his motorcycle and knocked unconscious. He has been listed in critical condition. Officials are searching for witnesses, including other motorcycle riders who may have been with the victim at the time of the crash.
When a motorcyclist is injured in what appears to be a single vehicle crash, there are a number of questions that investigators will have to try to answer. What made the rider lose control? Was the motorcyclist speeding, intoxicated, or distracted? Did something other than operator error lead to the crash? Did the motorcyclist come into contact with a dangerous roadway condition such as a large pothole, uneven surface, or debris? Did another motorist force the vehicle off the roadway before leaving the scene of the crash? Did a defective motorcycle part contribute to the crash? The answers to these types of questions will affect the victim’s ability to pursue compensation for the accident.
A skilled motorcycle accident attorney will stay abreast of the official investigation to help make sure that fair compensation is offered for all of the victims’ losses. A successful claim can result in support for medical bills, lost wages, loss of earning potential, the cost of rehabilitation services, physical pain, mental anguish, and other related damages.
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