Lawrence Township, OH (August 12, 2020) – a motorcycle accident reported in Lawrence Township claimed one man’s life on Sunday evening. At around 9 p.m., on August 9, the Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a motor vehicle accident on Ohio State Route 93.

Reports from authorities show that a 60-year-old man was riding a motorcycle along Ohio State Route 93 when he lost control of his 2006 Harley Davidson and landed in the road. After landing in the road, the man was run over by a sedan. The man was rushed to Autlman Hospital via Canal Fulton EMS where he succumbed to his injuries. At this time, the incident remains under investigation.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the man who lost his life in this accident.

Fatal Motorcycle Accidents in Ohio

Lawrence Township, OH – Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident in OH-93

According to reports published by the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP), more than 3,800 motorcycle accidents take place throughout our state each year. These accidents claim the lives of more than 150 people annually while leaving over 3,100 more injured. Fatal motorcycle accidents leave families throughout our state with overwhelming pain and suffering. There are far fewer things in life that are worse than experiencing the sudden and unexpected loss of our loved ones. Not only are families forced to grieve from these senseless events, but they are often forced to cover tens of thousands of dollars in costs related to funeral and burial arrangements, medical treatment, and more. In some cases, families can work with a wrongful death attorney in Cleveland to obtain compensation for their tragic loss.

Although there is truly no amount of compensation that could ever replace our loved ones and make us whole again, having the financial resources necessary to cover resulting financial burdens can make the process of moving forward less stressful for surviving relatives. The Cleveland pedestrian accident attorneys at Rumizen Weisman, Co. Ltd. understand the challenges that families face after enduring a tragic loss. For this reason, our attorneys provide compassionate and aggressive legal representation to ensure they are able to hold negligent drivers accountable for their actions and move forward from a loss in the best way possible, given the unfortunate circumstances. If your loved one lost their life in an accident, and you believe negligence played a role in their death, contact our personal injury attorneys in Cleveland at (216) 658-5500. Schedule a free case evaluation at your earliest convenience to see how we can help you.

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