Seattle Motorcycle Collision Kills Man, Injures Another

The investigation continues into the cause of a serious motorcycle accident in Seattle that took the life of one man and left another motorcyclist in critical condition with severe injuries. Seattle Police reported that even though there is no indication that the two motorcycles hit each other, they were both involved in the accident that occurred at around 2 a.m. in downtown Seattle. The man who was killed has been identified and was 36-years-old.

The two men in this incident were members of the “Drama Boyz” motorcycle club, its headquarters located in very close proximity to the scene of the crash. The two crash victims were on their way to the club at the time of the accident, its cause unknown at this time. According to an article from, the debris field stretched over two city blocks. It is speculated that high speeds may have played a determining factor in the accident.

Riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating experience and provide a person with a more gas-conservative means of transportation; however, it’s no secret that motorcyclists are more exposed to the many threats that a collision poses. According to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 2007 motorcycle report, there were 5,154 motorcycle fatalities. The report also stated that helmets saved an estimated 1,784 lives in 2007 in which 800 more lives could have been saved if all motorcyclists had worn their helmets.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a Washington motorcycle accident, having a personal injury attorney with experience representing motorcycle accident victims cannot be stressed enough. At the Bernard Law Group, our skilled Seattle motorcycle accident lawyers have been helping those injured by negligent drivers for many years, and understand how important it is for you to receive compensation for loss of wages while you recover, medical bills, physical therapy fees, and other expenses associated with your accident. Contact the Bernard Law Group today for a free consultation of your motorcycle accident case.

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