Minnesota Motorcycle Death in Sherburne County Investigated

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Every motorcycle accident is unique, and a good lawyer for the survivors or next of kin will determine how best to achieve fair compensation. Some possible questions:

  • Was the driver of the minivan distracted or traveling too fast for conditions?
  • Was the driver inexperienced or improperly licensed?

When our attorneys agree to handle a motorcycle wrongful death case or a motorcycle injury case, they often conduct an independent investigation of the accident. In many cases, this requires a professional reconstruction of the collision and witness interviews for a more precise calculation of negligence by the other driver involved in the collision.

Our law firm has offices in Minneapolis, and we represent people throughout Minnesota. Our lawyers have vast experience evaluating fault in highway injuries and deaths. Attorney Fred Pritzker won $6 million for one motorcycle client who lost her leg. In another case, our motorcycle client was hit by a turning 18-wheeler. His arm was badly injured and had to be amputated. Attorney Eric Hageman won $5.1 million for him and his family.

A free case consultation can help a family understand its legal rights. Our Minnesota wrongful death lawyers hold parties who are at fault in accidents fully accountable and they untangle insurance compensation matters while achieving the fullest recovery possible.

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Recent Crash in Sherburne County, Minnesota

A motorcyclist was riding his Suzuki on Sherburne County Road 2 in Baldwin Township this week when a deer ran into the roadway about 7:30 p.m., causing him to crash. As he lay in the road, two witnesses approached the scene to provide assistance as good samaritans. But as they attempted to help, a westbound minivan swerved to miss them, hitting the motocyclist instead, according to a report by Sheriff Joel Brott. Princeton Police officers and a fire/rescue crew from Baldwin Township attempted to revive him, but the 44-year-old Princeton man died at the scene.

Sheriff’s Commander Steve Doran told local reporters that the section of road where the motorcyclist went down was dimly lit and that the accident was still under investigation. The driver of the minivan that struck the man did not flee the scene. The commander was quoted as saying investigators will review witness statements and other evidence before deciding whether charges are warranted.

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