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Fatal Motorcycle Crash on Chamberlain Lane in Louisville

It is very sad to hear that, according to WAVE3, a fatal motorcycle crash occurred near the 3000 block of Chamberlain Lane in east Louisville on the evening of Monday, August 15, 2022. According to Louisville Metro Police, officers were called to the incident around 5:45 p.m. after reports of a two-vehicle wreck. The vehicles were apparently heading in opposite directions when the vehicles collided. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident. The woman driving the other vehicle involved in the crash was apparently uninjured.

Cars and SUVs provide protection to their occupants by way of their steel frames, airbags, and other safety mechanisms. Unfortunately, many motorcycle accidents end up in the motorcyclist suffering severe injuries or even death. Motorcycle accidents can happen very quickly, and it is often the case due to the severity of the injuries sustained by the motorcyclist that the motorcycle accident victim does not remember the accident at all. It’s often the case the motorcyclist does not regain consciousness until they are at the hospital. Some common motorcycle accidents include: cars or trucks making improper lane changes, rear-end accidents, T-Bone accidents, left turns made by cars and trucks in front of a motorcyclist, drunk drivers in cars and trucks, and head-on collisions.

Motorcyclists are often not treated fairly by insurance companies. Do not sit back and let the insurance company treat you or your loved one unfairly. Tate and his team can take action to investigate your motorcycle accident immediately to preserve any evidence that may be needed in your case to prove the other driver was liable.

Meagher Injury Lawyers helps motorcyclists and their loved ones get the compensation they deserve following tragic motorcycle wrecks. In every case we handle, it is our goal to get maximum compensation for our clients. There is never a fee unless we win your case. Call today for your free legal consultation. Don’t Wait, Call Tate!