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Garden Grove Motorcycle Accident Death

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Motorcyclist killed in Garden Grove traffic collision.

A 42-year-old motorcyclist died last week after his motorcycle collided with a car on Gilbert Street and Orangethorpe Avenue, Garden Grove, CA according to a news report in the Orange County Register.

The victim, identified as Adolph Amuriles, was traveling west on Orangethorpe approaching Gilbert when he collided with a 1997 Lexus EX 300 sedan traveling east on Orangethorpe, according to the article. The driver of the sedan, James Jangho Park, made a left turn on to Gilbert which is when the two vehicles collided. Amuriles was thrown from his 2006 Harley-Davidson Sportster and pronounced dead at the scene. Park suffered minor injuries but did not require hospitalization, the report said.

Officials are still investigating this accident.

At Bisnar|Chase we have represented numerous victims of motorcycle accidents. I do not know who was at fault in this particular case, but it is a tragic accident that has taken the life of a person. Every year in the United States, about 2,000 people are killed in motorcycle accidents and another 50,000 motorcyclists suffer physical injuries as a result of such accidents.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, you should contact an experienced and aggressive motorcycle experienced attorney, such as the Bisnar|Chase attorneys, immediately. Your accident could have been caused by the negligence of another driver, dangerous roadways or a defective motorcycle part. Whatever be the cause, you have the right to legal advice and representation.

Meanwhile, here are some tips for riders from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation:

Be visible:
• Remember that motorists often have trouble seeing motorcycles and reacting in time.
• Make sure your headlight works and is on day and night.
• Use reflective strips or decals on your clothing and on your motorcycle.
• Be aware of the blind spots cars and trucks have.
• Flash your brake light when you are slowing down and before stopping.
• If a motorist doesn’t see you, don’t be afraid to use your horn.

Dress for safety:
• Wear a quality helmet and eye protection.
• Wear bright clothing and a light-colored helmet.
• Wear leather or other thick, protective clothing.
• Choose long sleeves and pants, over-the-ankle boots, and gloves.
• Remember – the only thing between you and the road is your protective gear