Motorcyclist Struck and Kill in Auto Accident

A Tennessee motorcyclist was killed this morning in a fatal auto accident in Nashville, Tennessee. The Metro police report a young motorcyclist was struck by another vehicle while traveling on Murfreesboro Pike. A Chevrolet sedan was turning left on Old Hickory Boulevard and hit the oncoming motorcyclist resulting in his death. Police are still trying to identify the deceased victim. The driver of the sedan claims he did not see the motorcyclist until impact. Police report the light was green at the time of the crash, and the driver of the car failed to yield. No charges have yet been filed.

A passing motorist stated that he was sad to see the scene. He was a fellow motorcyclist and claimed most motorcyclists take their time at intersections because they know they are less visible. He said that he knows when another driver doesn’t see a motorcycle, a fatal accident often occurs.

In fact, most motorcyclists drive protectively, and that is why it is important to call Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, if you or someone you love has been in a motorcycle accident. Our St. Louis auto accident lawyers have the skill and experience to help you through this time. We have helped hundreds of victims of motorcycle accidents, and we know most motorcyclists drive defensively. Riders know they are less visible and are at risk for distracted drivers. Let us help you after your motorcycle accident by investigating who is at fault. We will fight vigorously with the experience and skill you need to win the maximum compensation you deserve. Contact Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth today to receive a free, no-obligation consultation from one of St. Louis’ best personal injury attorneys.

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