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Wrongful death: 1 dies in crash between motorcycle and truck

Motorcycles are significantly smaller than other vehicles and are thus more difficult to spot out on the road, especially at night. While these vehicles may come equipped with lights and indicators to increase visibility, if the driver of a motor vehicle fails to notice the presence of a motorcycle rider, the family of the victim could be forced to mourn an apparent wrongful death. A 38-year-old man reportedly suffered fatal injuries during a recent accident involving a motorcycle and truck in West Virginia.

According to reports, authorities received a call about an accident between a motorcycle and truck at around 9 p.m. on a recent Tuesday. Police assert that the two vehicles had collided in a nearby intersection. The rider of the bike was transported to a hospital shortly after the crash, but he was reportedly pronounced dead later on.

Several witnesses informed police that the driver of the truck had initially pulled over in a nearby parking lot after striking the motorcycle, but left the scene soon thereafter. They reportedly gave police a description of the vehicle, and a search is underway. Should the investigation determine the driver of the truck to be at fault in the accident, the surviving family members of the victim may wish to explore the available options for pursuing restitution.

The sudden and unexpected loss of someone close can leave a family facing a variety of hardships, emotional and financial alike. Those who experience such a loss due to the actions of another driver could choose to retain the services of a personal injury attorney for guidance on how best to approach the situation. An attorney in West Virginia can assist a client in pursuing the full amount of compensation entitled through a wrongful death claim against the party deemed at fault.

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