Motorcyclists and their passengers love the feeling and the freedom of the open road. Because weather in Reno and the surrounding area is suited for motorcycles most of the year, it is a great place to get out and ride. But what happens when a motorcyclist is involved in a car accident causing catastrophic injury? What if the injured isn't sure who is at fault for causing the crash?
It is hard to imagine that anyone would make the mistake of getting behind the wheel while impaired by alcohol. However, this is a decision and an action that happens every day out on Reno roads. Driving drunk puts the driver and other drivers and pedestrians at risk every moment that a person operates that vehicle. After an accident injury caused by a drunk driver, there is certain evidence that victims can use to to prove that drunk driving was a cause in the accident.
Multi-vehicle accidents are scary and unpredictable, and can result in many injuries and even deaths. Such a crash happened on Reno's I-580 and it included three vehicles and multiple drivers and passengers. One driver, who was allegedly recklessly driving his Corvette, is under investigation as being responsible for causing the car accident. Luckily, nobody was killed in the crash or the fiery blaze that immediately followed.
Motorcycles offer the freedom of the open road and a feeling that is unmatched by any other mode of transportation. While this is great, motorcyclists are also susceptible to collisions with passenger vehicles and other motor vehicles. This puts the driver and any passenger on the motorcycle in danger of catastrophic injuries. If a Reno motorcycle accident has left you or a loved one with such a bodily injury, compensation may be available.