Posted on June 10th, 2010 by Zane Cagle
A Washington man is dead after he was struck from behind by a Camry as he was stopped on his motorcycle at a red light in St. Peters. The motorcyclist was sitting eastbound on Highway 94 at Kisker Road when an eastbound Toyota Camry struck him just after the light changed to green. The Washington man was thrown from his 2010 Triumph. The motorcyclist suffered catastrophic injures that led to his death. The police have not determined why the Toyota Camry re-ended the motorcyclist.
Injured in a Motorcycle Accident in St. Louis?
If you have suffered an injury in a motorcycle accident in or around St. Louis, Missouri, it’s in your best interest to consult an attorney at The Cagle Law Firm as soon as possible to discuss your legal rights and options. Under Missouri personal injury law, motorcycle accident victims are legally entitled to compensation if the accident was caused by the negligent, reckless, or careless actions of another. This might include negligence on the part of another motorist on the road, or on the part of a company or corporation. For example, if a defect with the motorcycle causes an accident to occur, such as brake failure, the company that manufactured the motorcycle can be held liable for damages. At The Cagle Law Firm, we will thoroughly analyze the circumstances leading up to you or your loved one’s accident to determine who is at fault for the accident and thus liable for injuries. From there, we will aggressively pursue a verdict or settlement for maximum compensation. Our goal is to ensure you are justly compensated for your pain and suffering, emotional trauma, medical bills, lost wages, and any other hardship incurred due to the accident.
Contact the Cagle Law today to speak with an experienced and dedicated St. Louis personal injury lawyer about filing a motorcycle accident or wrongful death claim. To schedule a consultation to discuss your claim, please contact the firm today at (314) 276-1681