Motorcycle accident claims life of rider in Tampa area

On Behalf of | Mar 31, 2018 | Motorcycle Accidents |

Legal resources protect victims and their families in different situations following a motorcycle accident. A fatal Tampa area motorcycle accident recently left the motorcycle rider dead. The recent motorcycle accident occurred when a turning motor vehicle collided with the motorcycle. The motorcyclist died at the scene of the accident. The motorcycle accident occurred at an intersection which remained closed following the accident. Authorities are investigating the accident.

Though many do, not all motorcycle accidents result in the death of the motorcycle rider. Motorcycle accidents, generally, however, result in catastrophic consequences including broken bones and head injuries. Different legal options are available to victims and their families following a motorcycle accident which can help them recover compensation for the physical, financial and emotional damages suffered as a result of a motorcycle accident.

When a motorcycle accident has been caused by a careless or negligent driver, the driver may be responsible to compensate the victims of the motorcycle accident for the harm they have caused them. Drivers of motor vehicles may be negligent in relation to motorcyclists by failing to yield the right of way to them; inattentive driving and failing to spot the motorcycle rider; and in other circumstances as well. Victims may struggle with medical expenses, lost wages and emotional damages as they are trying to recover from the accident.

It is important for victims of motorcycle accidents, and their families, to be familiar with the different types of legal options, remedies and damages that may be available to them depending on the circumstances. Legal resources stand ready to help protect them when they have suffered harm because of another party’s careless and negligent behavior.

Source:, “Deadly crash involving motorcycle closes intersection in Hillsborough Co.,” March 25, 2018


attorneys Brad Culpepper and Brett J. Kurland