Hit-and-Run Crash Results In Death Of Georgia Motorcyclist

Inattentive drivers are responsible for many Georgia motorcycle accidents every year. Sadly the negligence of these inattentive drivers often results in the serious injury or wrongful death of the motorcyclist. Such may have been the case yesterday in Macon, Georgia when a woman driving a 1999 Chevrolet Impala ran a stop sign at the intersection of Peeble Street and Second Avenue and struck a motorcycle. According to witnesses, the woman struck 59-year old James Collins of Danville and then left the scene of the accident. The victim was pronounced dead shortly after the crash.
Hopefully authorities will be able to apprehend the driver and prosecute her for her callous, criminal conduct and hopefully for the family of the victim, there will be insurance coverage to compensate them for their loss.

The Georgia injury lawyers at Finch McCranie, LLP are committed to helping Georgia motorcycle riders obtain the compensation required to recover physically and financially from a serious motorcycle accident or in the event of a fatal crash to obtain compensation for the family. Call us today for a free consultation. We have been representing injury victims of automobile accidents, tractor-trailer accidents and motorcycle accidents for over 40 years.

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