Mansfield, OH (October 18, 2020) – An auto accident involving three vehicles sent two people to area hospitals with injuries. On October 17, the Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to the site of a crash on Interstate 71.
According to reports, two 27-years-olds were on a 2000 Harley Davidson motorcycle. While driving on Interstate 71, the vehicle attempted to pass another vehicle on the roadway, it collided with a 2008 Honda Civic then crashed into a 2004 Volkswagen Jetta.
The two riders were ejected from the bike after it overturned and crashed into a guardrail. Both riders were severely injured in the accident. The two victims were transported to Ohio Health Mansfield via an ambulance with the Washington Township Fire. No other injuries were reported in this accident.
At this time, the incident remains under investigation with the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Our thoughts are with the two victims who were injured in this accident. We hope for their fast and full recovery.
Motorcycle Accidents in Ohio
Every year, motorcycle collisions throughout the state of Ohio leave more than 3,100 people injured. Although many accidents result in minor injuries to those involved, motorcyclists are at a heightened risk of serious harm. These riders are exposed to the force of other vehicles, which can weigh several thousands of pounds. In many cases, victims require extensive medical treatment for their injuries and remain hospitalized for an extended period.
Accidents involving spinal or brain injuries, broken bones, or other traumatic injuries can require both immediate and long-term care. Many victims never fully recover. Instead, they are left with permanent impairments that impact their ability to work and enjoy activities. Instead of being able to enjoy activities and performing tasks with ease, they are left with pain and suffering that impact their mental, physical, and financial health and wellbeing. The time immediately following a crash can be extremely overwhelming. Rather than move forward alone after an accident, victims should reach out to a motorcycle accident attorney in Cleveland to explore legal options available to them. Those harmed by others may be entitled to compensation to help alleviate the financial burdens they face moving forward.
Cleveland personal injury lawyers at Rumizen Weisman, Co. Ltd. provide our clients with effective and trusted representation for injured victims throughout Cuyahoga County to ensure they are able to protect their legal rights after a personal injury accident. Our attorneys at Ohio-injury.com provide personalized representation to each of our clients to ensure their case reflects their needs specifically. We recognize the difficulties that accident victims are left to deal with after being harmed, which is why we fight persistently to ensure they are able to get the maximum amount of compensation available to them after being injured in preventable accidents. If you’ve been injured in an accident that was a result of another person’s negligence, contact our personal injury attorneys in Cleveland at (216) 658-5500 to see how we can help you get the justice you deserve.
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