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Beauford Lindsay Seriously Injured in Icard, NC Motorcycle Crash

A motorcyclist named Beauford Lindsay was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident on Tuesday morning in the small Burke County, North Carolina community of Icard.

The crash apparently happened as Mr. Lindsay was traveling down Icard Rhodhiss Road at around 11:00 am.  At that time, a woman pulled out in front of Mr. Lindsay causing the crash.

Mr. Lindsay was transported by EMS to a local hospital for treatment.

A news article notes that Mr. Lindsay had an expired license at the time of the crash.  However, this fact should not prevent him from recovering for his injuries since the expired license was not the cause of the wreck.  The other driver was cited for failure to yield the right of way.

 

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Motorcyclist Blake Tercero Killed in Raleigh NC Wreck

A gentleman named Blake Tercero was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident on Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh on Thursday.  The accident happened around 1:30 pm and there are significantly conflicting accounts of what happened.

Some reports indicate that Mr. Tercero was traveling at a high rate of speed and popped a wheelie on Glenwood Avenue.  Yet, another eyewitness indicates that Mr. Tercero performed a maneuver on his bike to avoid another vehicle.

This is obviously a very complicated case.  Hopefully, the Raleigh Police Department has taken eyewitness statements from everyone who saw the wreck.  In some instances, the RPD will conduct a full accident reconstruction on fatal accidents such as this but it is not clear if that is happening for this wreck.

Mr. Tercero was a former soldier stationed at Fort Bragg and he was 29 years old.  He resided in Fayetteville, North Carolina.  The accident location is less than a mile from our offices and resulted in the closing of Glenwood Avenue for several hours.

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Have you been injured in a Wake Forest NC motorcycle accident?

Do you need a Wake Forest, North Carolina motorcycle accident lawyer?

If you have been injured in a Wake Forest, North Carolina motorcycle accident and would like to discuss your case with a lawyer, call the motorcycle lawyers at Hendren Redwine & Malone today and ask to speak with our leading motorcycle lawyer Mike Malone.

Why call Hendren Redwine & Malone?

Our lead motorcycle lawyer Mike Malone has 20 years of experience handling motorcycle accident claims across North Carolina.  We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients.  While every case is different, we put the same effort into every case regardless of size to ensure that our clients get the best possible outcome under the circumstances.

We provide our clients with unique personal service that you will not find with the big advertising law firms.  You do not get stuck behind a wall of paralegals and support staff when you need to speak with your attorney.  Our clients get the direct dial number for every attorney and we deliver personal attention to every case.

What about attorneys’ fees?  How much with this cost me?

When we handle a North Carolina motorcycle accident case, our legal fees are based on a percentage of any recovery.  Depending on the nature of the case, these fees may vary from 25% to 40%.  If we do not recover for you, you do not pay us any fees.

If you have questions about your Wake Forest, North Carolina motorcycle accident case, call Hendren Redwine & Malone today and ask to speak with attorney Mike Malone.

Wake Forest NC Motorcycle Riders Seriously Injured in Crash

A car chase in Wake Forest, North Carolina has resulted in injuries to a pair of motorcyclists.  The crash happened at around 12:37 pm at the intersection of South Main Street and Dr. Calvin Jones Highway.

According to available information, the crash happened around 12:37 pm near the intersection of South Main Street and Dr. Calvin Jones Highway.  Prior to the crash, a Wake County Deputy Sheriff had identified a vehicle as potentially involved in a prior accident.  The deputy initiated pursuit of the vehicle.  The vehicle fled at a high speed and crashed into two motorcycles.

Five people were injured and two were transported to Wakemed for treatment.

 

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Which Lawyer Should I Hire For My North Carolina Motorcycle Wreck

Many clients call and ask who is the best North Carolina motorcycle wreck lawyer?

This is great question but there is no real answer.  Hiring a lawyer for your North Carolina motorcycle wreck is a very important decision and which lawyer may be best for you may not be the same lawyer who is best for someone else.  Finding the right lawyer for you can depend on many things such as location, responsiveness, accessibility, attorneys fees, and experience.

Attorney Mike Malone and the lawyers at Hendren Redwine & Malone may be the right fit for your North Carolina motorcycle wreck case.

We are centrally located in Raleigh but handle cases across the state of North Carolina.  We have represented serious motorcycle accident victims in every part of North Carolina.

When you work with Mike Malone and the attorneys at Hendren Redwine & Malone, you don’t get stuck dealing with paralegals.  When you have a question, you talk directly with your attorney and get answers.

Our attorneys fees are typically less than the major advertisers.  We can do this because we don’t spend our money on billboards and television ads.  We put our money to work for our clients.  We also do not charge any fee unless we recover money for you.

Mike Malone has been representing serious accident victims for 20 years.  There is virtually no scenario that we have not encountered.  Let us put this experience to work for you.

Call us today at 866-874-5253 about your North Carolina motorcycle accident claim for a free consultation.

 

Gastonia NC Moped Driver Seriously Injured in Wreck With Dump Truck

A driver of a moped was seriously injured in a wreck with a dump truck in Gastonia, North Carolina.  The wreck happened around 2:00 pm on Monday afternoon near the intersection of Bessemer City Road and Delta Drive.

At this point, there is not a clear indication as to what the cause of the collision was and police are still investigating.  If we learn more about the cause of this collision, we will update this story.

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Randleman NC Crash Leaves One Motorcyclist Named Patricia Willard Killed and Another Named Jerry Willard Injured

A gentleman named Jerry Willard was seriously injured and his wife Patricia Willard was killed when their motorcycle hit the rear of a flatbed tow truck that was parked in the travel lane of Sumner Church Road in Guildford County.

The crash happened near the intersection of Sumner Church Road and Old Randleman Road at around 8:00 am.  According to available information, Mr. Willard was driving the motorcycle, which was a trike style bike, and his wife was riding on the back.

At this point there is no indication about charges being filed arising from the crash.  The fact that the flatbed tow truck was left parked in the middle of a travel lane is very concerning and is potentially a violation of North Carolina General Statutes Sections 20-161.  Our research indicates that Sumner Church Road has a posted speed limit of 45 mph.  Therefore, under NCGS 20-161, it would be unlawful to leave a vehicle parked in the lane of travel in the manner that the flatbed tow truck was parked in this instance.

UPDATE – recent reports indicate that the driver of the tow truck has now been charged with improper parking and involuntary manslaughter.

If you have a question about a crash involving a stopped vehicle, contact the lawyers at Hendren Redwine & Malone today.

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St. Pauls NC Motorcycle Accident Results in Death of Biker Andrew Canady

A gentleman named Andrew Canady was tragically killed last Friday in a motorcycle accident near St. Pauls, North Carolina.  The accident happened on N.C. Highway 20 at around 9:10 pm.  According to available information, a man driving a 2006 Toyota pickup truck was headed east on NC Highway 20 and attempted to pass another vehicle in a no-passing zone when he hit the motorcycle driven by Mr. Canady.  Reports also indicate that the man was driving 65 mph in a 55 mph zone when the wreck occurred.

As a result of the collision, Mr. Canady did not survive.  Mr. Canady was 53 years old and from St. Pauls.  There was a 15-year old passenger on the motorcycle as well who suffered very serious injuries and was flown to New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, North Carolina for treatment.

This is obviously a very tragic accident and one that could have been prevented had the Toyota driver obeyed the very basic rules of the road for passing vehicles.  Instead, he chose to pass in a no-passing zone which resulted in this terrible wreck.  The driver of the pickup has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

Read more about this serious wreck.

 

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Raykwon Reid Killed in Wilmington NC Motorcycle Collision

A gentleman named Raykown Reid was killed on Wednesday evening in a motorcycle collision in Wilmington, North Carolina.  The wreck happened around 6:00 pm near the intersection of 30th Street and Princess Place Drive.  According to available information, Mr. Reid was traveling north on North 30th Street on a dirt bike when he collided with a van that was turning left onto Princess Place Drive.

The information available does not indicate that charges have been filed against the van driver.  Based on this information, it is not clear that the van driver did not turn across the path of Mr. Reid.  If that were the case, then we would expect charges for failure to yield and misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.  If we learn more about this tragic accident, we will update this post.

Read more about this Wilmington NC collision.

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Raleigh Six Forks Road Motorcycle Accident Results in Serious Injuries

A motorcycle crash on Six Forks Road in Raleigh has resulted in serious injuries to the biker.  The wreck happened around 1:50 pm at around the 5900 block of Six Forks Road and involved a second vehicle.

There is very little information about what happened in this wreck or the cause of the wreck.  Anyone with information about the wreck is asked to call Crimestoppers at 919-834-4357.

 

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