Recently, at the intersection of N. Scottsdale Road and Dynamite Boulevard, a 19-year-old motorcyclist was killed when the driver of a large SUV turned left directly in the path of the motorcycle. This deadly – and common – type of collision between a passenger vehicle and a two-wheeled vehicle (motorcycle or bicycle) is infamously known as "The Left Hook." It usually results in very serious personal injuries and is often fatal. Here, the young man who was wearing a helmet was pronounced dead at Scottsdale Healthcare Hospital. The cause of the fatal crash remains unknown, as police continue to investigate.
Tragedies on and off the road can strike in an instant, leaving the victims who live confused, frightened and reeling in tremendous pain. In the tragic cases where the motorcyclist dies in the crash, his surviving family members often feel as if a part of them has also died in the crash. If you have been seriously injured, or a family member has been killed in a motorcycle crash or
car collision, you do not have to face these burdens alone. We understand that this must be a terribly difficult time for you and your family, and we want you to know that we are committed to helping clients like you by providing aggressive and unyielding legal representation. If someone else's irresponsible behavior is the cause of your loss, then you are entitled to compensation for damages. This financial restitution is meant to help you pay the costs of medical treatment, lost wages, physical pain, emotional suffering, and the necessary repairs or replacement of your car or motorcycle.
Personal injury attorney Clark Watkin is a trial lawyer with more than 35 years of experience; he is also an avid motorcycle rider and enthusiast. He understands the intricacies of riding a motorcycle and the dangers that riders face daily. The Watkin Law Office is committed to handling each and every client's case efficiently, effectively and promptly, ensuring that its clients receive full and fair compensation for their pain, suffering and economic losses. We operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you pay nothing upfront, and we only get paid for our legal services when we collect your money. Get yourself the expertise on your side that only comes from decades of experience. Fill out a free case evaluation or
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