A bicycle accident that happened last week in Twin Cities, Minnesota is being investigated by authorities due to mysterious circumstances. An experienced cyclist, Bob Prudhomme, was discovered by a passerby along the side of the road. It was originally thought that Prudhomme suffered a stroke; however, after being transported to the hospital, an examination determined he had suffered blunt force trauma to the back of his head. According to the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Department, investigators are now attempting to determine if Prudhomme was involved in a hit and run accident, got back on his bike and then suffered a stroke from the head trauma. His family is preparing to take him off of life support within the next day or two. Anyone with information regarding the accident is encouraged to contact the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Department.
Bicycles have been used for a recreational hobby for years, and as more individuals become environmentally conscious, bicycles are growing in popularity for means of travel. The more bicyclists that are on roadways, the more bicycle accidents occur. Bicycle accidents that involve a motor vehicle typically result in serious injuries and death. Although the bicyclists can be responsible for the crash, it is more common for the blame to be on the driver of the vehicle. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a bicycle accident, it is important to consult a skilled St. Louis bicycle accident lawyer.
The personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth have over a century of combined legal experience. Our experienced attorneys will investigate your accident, determine who is liable, and fight to hold that party accountable. We will work to recover the maximum compensation for your damages while answering your questions or concerns promptly. Contact us today for a free consultation.