Deadly Accident in Woodward County
Deadly Accident in Woodward County
Aug 30 2018 0

Oklahoma City, OK – Bicycle Injury Crash Involves Bus

Bus Causes Bicycle Injury Crash

Oklahoma City, OK (August 30, 2018) On August 29th, there was a motorized bicycle injury crash involving a bus in Northwest Oklahoma City. Police state that a man was riding his bicycle at the intersection of NW 40th and May Avenue when an Embark bus struck him and hit him.  He was dragged for several feet before the bus was able to stop. Emergency responders transported him to the hospital to treat his to severe injuries. The injured victim’s name has yet to be released, but medical professionals believe he will survive despite his serious injuries. Police are still investigating the accident to determine why it happened.

Bicycle Accidents in Oklahoma

Bicycle Injury Crash in Oklahoma City

Bicycle accidents are highly dangerous, especially when large motor vehicles are involved. Riders only wear a helmet to protect them from injuries, which is not sufficient enough for the rest of their bodies. Therefore, they are constantly exposed to harm usually due to the negligent behavior of other drivers. When hit by a vehicle, bicyclists typically receive spinal cord injuries, internal injuries, fractured bones, limb injuries, and neck injuries. Receiving medical treatment can be strenuous and expensive. There’s a chance that some injured victims will be unable to partake in regular daily activities after an accident. Because the bicyclist in this accident received serious injuries, he could file a personal injury lawsuit with the help of an attorney.

At McGuire Law Firm, we understand how serious bicycle accidents can be for our clients and their loved ones. We know how much injuries can negatively affect our clients, which is why we do everything within our power to ensure our clients receive a winning settlement. We believe our clients deserve compensation for any damages and losses. If you, or someone you love, received injuries in a bicycle accident, call (405) 513-5658.

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