CRASH ON HIGHWAY BEST MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYERS
The Minnesota State Patrol has reported a fatal crash occurred after a motorcycle crashed into a concrete barrier in Brooklyn Center Friday evening. According to the state patrol, shortly before 11:30 a.m. the 55-year-old Ham Lake man was on a Harley Davidson, along with a 33-year-old Ham Lake woman, traveling northbound on Highway 100 to eastbound Interstate 694.
The motorcycle slowed while taking the curve on the entrance to eastbound I-694 with vehicles approaching quickly behind it. The motorcyclist attempted to change lanes, but over-corrected and hit a concrete barrier. The state patrol says the crash was fatal, but it has not been confirmed if both occupants of the motorcycle were killed. The state patrol says the road conditions were dry at the time of crash. Many cases our lawyer handle involve a car hitting a motorcycle or causing the motorcycle to crash. However, our best lawyers also handle cases where the motorcycle crashed because the driver lost control and the passenger was injured. The passenger can be seriously injured in these motorcycle accidents and are entitled to compensation from the driver’s insurance.
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If you are injured because of a motorcycle crash on the highway, call our office for a free consultation with a best MN motorcycle accident lawyer. Pam Rochlin is a former partner at Meshbesher and Spence with over 25 years’ experience representing hundreds of people injured in motorcycle and car accidents throughout Minnesota. You can meet a top motorcycle accident attorney from our office to discuss your injury case at out office in Edina, Minneapolis, Woodbury, or St. Louis Park. Our motor cycle crash lawyers will also come to your home to meet with you about your accident injury in St. Paul, Roseville, Maple Grove, Bloomington, Richfield, Stillwater, and other cities throughout Minnesota. The primary focus of our motorcycle accident lawyers is to make sure you are fully compensated for your injuries, including medical bills, reimbursement for time off from work, compensation for pain and suffering, and more. We never charge anything unless you receive compensation.