Twiggs County, GA Fatal Accident Involving a Motorcycle and Semi Truck
Twiggs County, GA (November 28, 2022) – On the morning of Monday, November 28th, all lanes of Interstate 16 were closed for several hours after a fatal accident occurred.
The Georgia Department of Transportation reports that the accident took place at approximately 6:30 in the morning near mile marker 27.
According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, a motorcycle and semi-truck were involved in a fatal collision.
At this time, the accident is still under investigation.
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Motorcycle Accidents in Georgia
Accidents involving motorcycles consistently rank among the most severe and life-threatening. A significant number of people who are injured in motorcycle accidents sustain head injuries, neck injuries, broken bones, or need surgery.
In a regular car, the passengers are protected by seat belts, airbags, and the four walls that surround them. Vehicles are also equipped with “crumple zones,” which make it possible for the vehicle to absorb some of the impact. Those who are involved in car accidents face a lower risk of injury than a motorcyclist.
Any collision involving a motorcycle could result in the following:
- Being thrown from the motorcycle
- A direct hit to the body from the other vehicle
- Hitting the pavement at very high speeds
This is why a motorcycle rider’s worst nightmare is getting into an accident. When an accident does occur, you should contact a Motorcycle Accident Attorney for legal help.
Your experienced lawyer will help you recover compensation for the following:
- Medical Expenses
- Lost Wages
- Emotional Distress
- Any Costs Associated with the Accident
If someone loses their life in a motorcycle accident, and it was the other driver’s fault, a family member will have the right to hire a Wrongful Death Attorney and seek compensation on behalf of the deceased.
Of course, no amount of money will ever make up for the loss of a loved one. However, it is meant to help ease the financial burden that occurs when a family member dies unexpectedly.
Whether an injury or wrongful death occurred, a motorcycle accident lawyer should be contacted as soon as possible if you wish to pursue financial compensation for your losses.
At The Brown Firm, we have an experienced team of Personal Injury Lawyers who will help you file a claim against the at-fault driver.
Contact our firm by calling (800) 529-1441 to schedule a free consultation today.
Note: This post was built using information obtained from third parties, such as news articles and accounts provided by third parties with first-hand knowledge. The information on this accident has not been independently verified. If you discover any inaccuracies in the details, please let us know as soon as possible. We will modify the post so that it contains accurate information.
Disclaimer: At The Brown Firm, we are continuously working to improve the quality and safety of our state and have been devastated by the consequence of many accidents. We seek to educate people in our community about these accidents in the hopes that it would encourage them to take precautions in the future to reduce the risk of major accidents. These posts should not be interpreted in any way that suggests that a business transaction is being sought. No part of this article should ever be considered professional advice in any field, including medicine or the law. We hope that those affected by these accidents will receive a rapid recovery.
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