SUV Driver Kills Motorcyclist in Crash
Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Jun 26, 2012 in Auto Accidents
An SUV just outside of Tucson hit a motorcyclist killing him when crossing into on coming traffic. A Pima County Sheriff's Deputy said a small bag of marijuana was found in the SUV by investigators. The driver was a 39-year-old woman whose name was not released. Deputies had no probable cause for arrest at the time of the car accident so the woman was released after taking a sample from her blood. The woman can face charges if samples show that she was impaired while driving.
The woman was driving along a road when she crossed the line and hit 55-year-old motorcyclist in a head-on collision. The woman suffered minor injures while Purdy was pronounced dead after being airlifted to a hospital.Motorcycle accident injury victims in Phoenix, Arizona should seek medical attention immediately after being involved in a collision. Prompt medical care will not only help in an injury victim's speedy recovery, but it will also document their personal injury claims. This can prove advantageous when pursuing compensation from the insurance company.
If you have been injured in an auto accident contact the Arizona motorcycle accident attorneys at Phillips Law Group for a free case evaluation. Our licensed injury lawyers in Tucson can help to review the details of your claim and determine if you have grounds to file a lawsuit.
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