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Motorcycle Rider Injured in Motorcycle Crash on Sequoia Street [Hesperia, CA]

Motorcycle Rider Injured in Motorcycle Crash on Sequoia Street [Hesperia, CA]

Motorcycle Rider Injured in Motorcycle Crash on Sequoia Street [Hesperia, CA]

Motorcyclist Airlifted to Hospital Following Hesperia Accident on Sequoia Street

 
Hesperia, CA (November 14, 2020) – On Saturday, a motorcyclist was critically injured after a crash on Sequoia Street.
 
The Hesperia accident happened at 10:41 a.m. in the intersection with Balsam Avenue.
 
Apparently, a black 2009 Harley-Davidson and a black 2018 KIA Forte were involved in the crash.
 
As a result, San Bernardino County Firefighters responded to the scene.
 
Upon arrival, they located a male motorcyclist on the ground suffering from critical injuries.
 
Immediately, a helicopter landed at Desert Valley Hospital to transport the victim to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.
 
On the other hand, the KIA driver did not get injured.
 
Meanwhile, authorities closed the roadway for an investigation. Even so, they have not identified the cause of the crash as of yet.


Turning to a Personal Injury Attorney

 
Moreover, the most valuable step you can take in response to a crash is hiring a personal injury attorney.
 
An attorney prioritizes your recovery, while securing your future from the losses a severe accident can bring.
 
“We can secure evidence in your favor, request additional information, and review insurance coverage you may be entitled to. Furthermore, having an attorney fighting on your behalf life will make all the difference,” explains Mark Sweet of Sweet Lawyers.
 
Indeed, we encourage you to speak with us if you have suffered injuries in a motorcycle accident. At Sweet Lawyers, we understand the impact of accidents on victims.
 
Furthermore, our seasoned lawyers will provide you with the best legal representation, guiding you to a high settlement. For more information, call us today at (800) 674 7852.