A total of three people in Arizona recently required medical treatment after their motorcycles were struck by a car. The auto accident occurred the afternoon of Nov. 8, in the Tuscon area. Thankfully, none of the injuries suffered are believed to be life-threatening.
According to a report, two motorcycles were struck by a vehicle on Catalina Highway. This incident is said to have occurred as the car was pulling out onto the street from a private drive. Three people were on the motorcycles as the time of the crash. All of them suffered injuries and were transported to the hospital for treatment.
At this time, police have not released information about the driver thought responsible for this wreck. It is unknown as to whether charges will be filed against this individual. This incident is still under investigation by Tuscon police.
An auto accident that results in injuries is a serious matter. The victims may face a number of difficulties as they focus on their recoveries, such as financial concerns due to medical expenses and lost wages, emotional distress and physical hardships. In this case, each of the injured may be entitled to seek compensation for any resulting damages. Personal injury claims may be filed in an Arizona civil court in an effort to recoup their losses. While these cases can take time, at the end of the day, if navigated successfully, victims may receive monetary relief which could prove extremely helpful as they work to recover and move forward after this trying incident.
Source: tusconnewsnow.com, "Motorcycles crash, sending 3 to hospital", Carissa Planalp, Nov. 8, 2015