Motorcyclist Loses Control of Bike, Sustains Serious Injuries after Crashing in Worcester Township, PA
A motorcyclist sustained significant physical injuries as a result of a motorcycle accident in Worcester Township, Pennsylvania.
The auto accident happened around 8:00 p.m. on a Friday night. The bike rider was driving along Bethel Road, in the area of Meadow Lane, when he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into the side of the highway.
Passing motorists who witnessed the motorcycle crash dialed 911. Montgomery County PA police officers and emergency medical responders quickly arrived at the scene and found the driver suffering from serious injuries. He was briefly treated at the scene by the emergency medical responders and then rushed to Abington Hospital-Jefferson Health, formerly known as Abington Memorial Hospital, in Abington Township, Pennsylvania. Doctors at the hospital treated the victim for his accident-related injuries and later reported that he was in stable condition.
At this time, Pennsylvania police are actively investigating the motorcycle crash and trying to determine what might have caused the single-vehicle accident.
Although there were no other vehicles or drivers involved in the motorcycle accident, it is still possible that the injured rider could file a personal injury claim to get compensation for his medical bills, property damage, and pain and suffering. That’s because single-vehicle motorcycle accidents are often caused by road hazards, poor road conditions, or defective motorcycle parts or equipment. Depending on the circumstances of the injured rider’s crash, he may have a viable personal injury lawsuit.
To learn more about this personal injury case, view the following article: Person seriously injured in Montgomery County motorcycle crash