Fatal Philadelphia Motorcycle Accident Kills Man

A 63-year-old Neshoba County man was fatally injured in a Philadelphia motorcycle accident when he drove off the side of the road. According to The Neshoba Democrat, the fatal Pennsylvania motorcycle crash occurred on northbound Mississippi 21 near Coy United Methodist Church. It is still unclear what made the motorcyclist veer off the road. It was initially believed the man may have suffered a heart attack, causing the fatal motorcycle crash, but an autopsy showed no evidence of a heart attack. He succumbed to severe injuries sustained in the Pennsylvania motorcycle crash.

There are many possible causes of a solo motorcycle accident. When someone is tragically killed in a solo Pennsylvania motorcycle crash, there are steps that a family can take to determine if they are able to pursue financial compensation for their losses. First, it is in the best interest of the family to preserve the vehicle as is for a full investigation. It is possible that a defective part may have caused the fatal motorcycle crash.

A knowledgeable Pennsylvania motorcycle accident lawyer will work with investigators and accident reconstruction experts to examine the vehicle and the location of the accident. Poorly maintained roadways cause many solo motorcycle accidents because motorcycles are vulnerable to dangerous conditions such as wet surfaces, uneven pavement and potholes. Defective brakes, faulty steering and poor tires have also been known to cause catastrophic motorcycle accidents. The manufacturers of faulty parts may also be held liable for the damage their products cause.

The Pennsylvania wrongful death attorneys at Anapol Weiss have helped numerous families receive the financial compensation they need and deserve following an accident where a loved one was wrongfully killed. Compensation may be available for medical expenses, funeral costs, lost future wages and pain and suffering. We offer free consultations to all Pennsylvanians who have lost a loved one in an accident. Call us today at 866-735-2792 to obtain more information about pursuing your legal rights.

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