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Fatal Orange County Motorcycle Accident

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Bradley Wilson, 37, was killed in an Orange County motorcycle accident after he lost control of his motorcycle, struck a parked vehicle and crashed. According to a news report in The Orange County Register, the fatal motorcycle accident occurred the afternoon of Oct. 2, 2009 near the intersection of Del Obispo Street and Village Road in Dana Point, California as Wilson was traveling north on Del Obispo. Orange County Sheriff’s investigators say they are looking into why Wilson lost control of his motorcycle. Wilson died of blunt force trauma and other injuries.

I offer my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Bradley Wilson for their tragic and heartbreaking loss. My heart goes out to everybody who knew and loved Wilson. Please keep them in your prayers.

Motorcycle Accidents in Orange County

According to California Highway Patrol’s 2007 Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS), there were no fatalities, but seven injuries reported in Dana Point as a result of motorcycle accidents. In Orange County as a whole, 24 deaths and 752 injuries were reported as a result of motorcycle accidents in 2007. During the same period, Orange County car accidents resulted in 178 deaths and 14,185 injuries, the report states.

Based on this newspaper report, it is not clear why Bradley Wilson lost control of the motorcycle he was driving. Currently, investigators are in the process of determining the cause of this tragic accident. In any motorcycle accident, there are several factors that come into play.

Motorcycle Accident Causes and Liability Issues

A motorcycle crash can occur because of the involvement of another vehicle. A motorcyclist can lose control because of debris on the roadway or some other dangerous condition on the roadway such as a pothole or uneven pavement. A motorcyclist could also lose control because of a vehicle defect or a mechanical malfunction. Each motorcycle accident case must be evaluated carefully and investigated thoroughly in order to determine the facts.

In such cases, the victims’ families would be well-advised to consult with an experienced Orange County personal injury lawyer who is well-versed in auto products liability cases. If a malfunction or product defect is suspected, it is best to preserve the motorcycle in its current condition, unaltered, so it can be carefully examined by an expert for vehicle defects, malfunction or other evidence. If a dangerous condition on the roadway caused or contributed to the accident, the city or governmental agency responsible for maintaining that roadway could be held liable. Any such claim against a governmental agency must be properly filed within 180 days of the accident or injury.

The Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys is not representing any of the parties mentioned in this article at the time the article was posted. Our information source is cited in the article. If you were involved in this incident or a similar incident and have questions as to your rights and options, call us or another reputable law firm. Do not act solely upon the information provided herein. Get a consultation. The best law firms will provide a free consultation. We provide a free, confidential consultation to not at fault persons named in this article. The free consultation offer extends to family members as well.

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  • Frank

    I’ve seen the motor home he hit, he must have been driving very fast..

  • alexa

    not at all, if you read it says lost control….meaning he lost control haha

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