1 Person Killed in Long Beach Motorcycle Accident on 6000 Cherry Avenue
LONG BEACH, CA (May 11, 2021) – Monday evening, a motorcyclist died in a crash on 6000 Cherry Avenue in Long Beach.
According to Long Beach Police Department, the incident occurred in the 6000 block of Cherry Avenue at around 6:15 p.m.
As a parked Ford Econoline tried to enter the traffic, a northbound motorcycle crashed into it.
Afterward, responders transported the 22-year-old female motorcyclist from Paramount to a hospital. However, she was later pronounced dead at the hospital.
Moreover, the 72-year-old Lakewood man driving the Ford remained at the scene to cooperate with the authorities.
Meanwhile, officials confirmed that the victim did not have a proper endorsement to drive a motorcycle. Also, speed may have been a factor in the crash.
Due to the limited information available, the authorities continue to investigate the cause of the crash.
Sweet Lawyers express their sincere sympathies to the bereaved family of the victim.
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Mark Sweet, a wrongful death attorney, says, “The most valuable step a family can take in response to a serious accident is hiring an attorney. Also, a wrongful death case can help your family find closure while securing your future from further losses.”
Ultimately, the last thing most families want to deal with is paperwork, questions from insurance companies, and attempting to obtain police reports.
“Our firm works tirelessly to ensure that the people we work for are granted the highest restitution possible,” says Mark Sweet, a seasoned attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
Sweet Lawyers know precisely how to navigate delicate cases through the legal system. We’ve assisted many families with the financial tolls that plague them after an unexpected loss. Moreover, if you believe you might have a motorcycle accident 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 moves your family forward through this difficult time.