Motorcycle accidents continue around the United States. Recently, in Savannah, Georgia, the police have identified the name of the person who died in a Wednesday night accident involving a motorcycle. Her name is Clamont Graham of Savannah. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family. The accident occurred at 8:39 p.m. at West Montgomery Cross Road and Indigo Road on Savannah’s southside. The motorcycle rider was driving a 2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 motorcycle. A report indicates that another driver was traveling eastbound on Montgomery Cross Road, also approaching Indigo Road, when Graham turned into her path. However, is this what actually happened? According to a report, Grahm was struck by the 1997 GMC truck. Whose fault was the accident? Is this a wrongful death case? Attorneys hire private investigators and accident reconstruction experts to look for the truth.
Elsewhere, in Middleburge, Florida, there was a near-fatal motorcycle crash in Middleburg that happened Wednesday evening. According to police authorities, the driver of the Yahama motorcycle crossed the center lane on North Dolphin Avenue and drove to the opposite shoulder and overturned just before 6:30 p.m. The police believe that the driver failed to negotiate a curve near Johns Cemetery Road. But was there another vehicle involved? Where there any witnesses to the accident? The driver was identified as Douglas Sheppard of Middleburg.
Often times families want to confirm the so-called facts reported by the police. Ofthen times they want to investigate whether they have a wrongful death case. This is where lawyers and their investigators come in.
– Article by Richard Weaver, a personal injury attorney based out of Houston, Texas.