No Injuries in Truck and Train Crash on Highway 1 and Brown Road [Santa Maria, CA]

Bicyclist Martin Ray Hoffman Jr. Struck and Killed in Train Accident [San Rafael, CA]

Bicyclist Martin Ray Hoffman Jr. Struck and Killed in Train Accident [San Rafael, CA]

Bicyclist Martin Ray Hoffman Jr. Struck and Killed in Train Accident [San Rafael, CA]

San Rafael Man Martin Hoffman Jr. Dies in Bicycle and SMART Train Crash

 
SAN RAFAEL, CA (UPDATE) – On July 3, a bicyclist named Martin Ray Hoffman Jr. sustained critical injuries in a train accident near San Pedro Road.
 
The crash occurred around 6:49 p.m. near the North San Pedro Road crossing, just south of the Marin Civic Center station. SMART spokeswoman Julia Gonzalez revealed that a northbound SMART train struck a bicyclist in the city of San Rafael.
 
At this time, Gonzalez hasn’t confirmed whether they activated the crossing arms and sirens during the crash.
 
Meanwhile, the 13 passengers inside the train were uninjured.
 
Furthermore, the San Rafael Police Department continues to investigate the injury crash.
 
Later reports on July 14 revealed the identity of the victim as Martin Ray Hoffman Jr., a San Rafael resident. His family lives out of state, thus, notification was delayed.
 


Sweet Lawyers express its sincere sympathies to the bereaved of Martin Ray Hoffman Jr. May you find strength during this difficult time.


Mark Sweet, one of the award-winning wrongful attorneys said, “The most valuable step a family can take in response to a serious accident is hiring an attorney. A wrongful death case can help your family find closure, while securing your future from further losses.”
 
As a modern law firm with over 40 years of practice, Sweet Lawyers know precisely how to navigate the legal system. We’ve assisted many families in their legal battle. Moreover, if you believe you might have a case and would like to pursue it with an aggressive, yet compassionate legal professional on your side, call (800) 674 7852. Together, we’ll ensure that your case proves the other party’s negligence, thus, granting you a maximum settlement.