A motorcycle crash results in a Burleson man being killed on Friday when his motorcycle collided with a sport utility vehicle. The accident happened at the intersection of East Renfro and Clark streets. The deceased was driving east on Renfro, approaching the intersection when he collided with the driver’s side of a Chevy Suburban, which was turning onto Renfro.
The deceased was not wearing a helmet.
The adult driver and an 8-year-old in the Suburban were unharmed.
This is a somber reminder that not only do riders need to wear a helmet but also for us to keep a watchful eye out there and share the road with the two-wheel warriors.
Unfortunately, not paying attention to motorcycle riders is a common problem here in North Texas. There are many campaigns out there including TXDOT’s Share the Road Campaign and the Look Twice program that promotes being cautious and aware of our two-wheeled friends. It only takes an extra second of your time to take a second look at a motorcycle riding around you and it could end up saving that person or person’s life. So please do look twice!
At the Law Offices of Sean Chalaki, our goal is to protect you and your loved ones before the accident and protect your rights after the accident. For more information about Motorcycle Accident Laws, call our office at 972-793-8500 to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation.