Astros Player Killed in Motorcycle Crash

A 20-year-old minor league baseball player with the Houston Astros was killed in a motorcycle accident on Sunday night. Jose Rosario was killed in the motorcycle accident that occurred in the Dominican Republic, and little information is known pertaining to the crash. He was a right-handed pitcher that was signed at the age of 18. The past year he had played for both the Dominican Summer League and the Gulf Coast League.

In Missouri, it is rare to witness individuals traveling on motorcycles during the winter months. However, when the temperatures are warming, it is common to see numerous motorcyclists on the roadways. Individuals that operate a motorcycle are placing themselves at risk of being seriously injured or killed in the event of an accident. The lack of protection offered by the motorcycle causes the rider to be defenseless. While some motorcycle accidents are caused by the reckless actions of the rider, thousands of motorcycle accidents are caused by the negligence of other motorists. Inattentive and distracted driving are often the cause of motorcycle accidents due to the fact that it can be difficult to see motorcyclists on the roadways. In order to hold an at-fault driver accountable for their negligence, it is necessary to contact a motorcycle accident attorney.

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, contacting the personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth is an important step towards recovering compensation. Our attorneys work on a contingency fee only basis. This means we only collect a fee if you are awarded compensation. If no compensation is recovered, we do not charge for our time and effort. Contact us today to receive a free legal consultation today.

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