Moped Accident Claims Life of Michigan Man

A moped accident on Sunday afternoon has claimed the life of a man in Michigan. According to authorities, 70-year-old Tim MacDonald was operating his moped in St. Joseph when the accident occurred. MacDonald was traveling on Pearl Street when he attempted to cross several lanes of traffic on Main Street. As he crossed the roadway, he attempted to avoid a vehicle driven by a 28-year-old and lost control of the vehicle. He fell from the moped into the path of the vehicle, and he was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. The accident is under investigation, and it is unknown if any citations have been issued.

Accidents are the fourth leading cause of fatalities in the United States, including car accidents. Each year, thousands of individuals lose their lives in preventable auto accidents. While auto accidents are caused by numerous factors and occur in various forms, negligence if often to blame. Dangerous roadways, mechanical defects, design flaws, and reckless driving are the most common causes of car accidents. Losing a loved one is the most devastating life event an individual will experience, and there is no amount of money that will ease the pain. However, filing a car accident case can recover the compensation you deserve for medical expenses, funeral costs, loss of economic support, and emotional damages.

The St. Louis car accident lawyers at Meyerkord & Kurth have handled thousands of accidents and recovered over $350 million in compensation. Our attorneys will investigate your accident, plan and execute a strategy to recover the maximum compensation for your damages. Contact us today for a free no-obligation consultation.

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