1 Killed in Banning Motorcycle Accident on West Williams Street
BANNING, CA (October 17, 2021) – Saturday afternoon, a man died in a motorcycle crash on West Williams Street.
According to Banning police Lt. Vincent Avila, the incident happened at around 3:20 p.m. Moreover, it occurred at the 2500 block of West Williams Street.
Reports revealed that a motorcycle and a pickup truck collided for still unknown reasons.
Furthermore, responders pronounced the male motorcyclist dead at the scene.
Moreover, the pickup driver sustained no injuries and remained at the scene after the collision.
Meanwhile, authorities closed William Street to give way to the investigation.
We understand that losing a loved one is never easy. Our law firm would like to express our heartfelt sympathies to those grieving the loss of the victim of the crash on West Williams Street.
What To Do If Involved in Similar Banning Fatal Accident
In a time filled with uncertainty, confronting a tragic loss can seem unimaginable. However, it’s crucial to consider that the family of the victim is entitled to significant compensation via a wrongful death claim.
“The last thing most families want to deal with is piles of paperwork. Questions from insurance companies or defense attorneys and attempting to obtain police reports can be stressful,” says Mark Sweet, an attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
Turning to an experienced attorney can provide you with peace of mind. Moreover, they will ensure that your rights are respected and that justice is served.
Losing a loved one can be distressing for your family and those involved, to say the least. You may have a chance to obtain justice and the means needed to cover unexpected monetary, physical, and emotional damages. With 40 years of practice, Sweet Lawyers is confident that we can tackle your wrongful death lawsuit and help you recover. Our lawyers are here to guide you during your legal battle. We will help you acquire the restitution needed to cover any financial hardships. Sweet Lawyers are no stranger to wrongful death cases. Thus, for a free case evaluation, call (800) 674 7852.