Motorcycle accidents not only happen in Texas; they happen in Lodi, N.J. A motorcyclist died after colliding with an 18-wheeler on an interstate highway in northern New Jersey. According to police officials, the motorcycle driver was 41-years old. He name: Mark Candelario. A report indicated that he was from Elmwood Park and rode his motorcycle in the left lane of westbound Route 80 in Lodi. That was when the crashed took place. It occurred around 1:00 a.m. Police authorities say that Candelario apparently failed to maintain his lane and struck the tractor-trailer, but it that accurate? What evidence do they have? Could it have been the error of the truck driver? After the accident, he was thrown from the motorcycle and was pronounced dead at the scene. Does this bike accident trigger a wrongful death case?
Imagine that a family just lost a loved one due to the negligent acts of another. As you can imagine, that family's life has now changed forever. What can they do now? The law may allow the estate of the person who has been killed in Texas to recover money for the damage that has been done. We know that no amount of money can change what has happened or take away your pain. However, a Texas wrongful death attorney that strongly believes in helping families through such difficult times may be exactly what this hurting family needs. We believe that families suffer for the following reasons:
Local news has reported that a Pearland, Texas man was burned and injured after a propane canister exploded. The propane canister was located in his garage when it exploded. That was when his garage caught on fire. It happened in the 5100 block of Rockland. Luckily, this explosion did not lead to a wrongful death case. Still, a personal injury did occur.