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As most motorcyclists know, being involved in an accident can have extremely serious consequences. Lacking the protection of an external shell and often traveling at high speeds, motorcycles and their riders can suffer extensive damage if they become embroiled in a crash. Often, the motorcyclist suffers serious injuries or worse, yet for many motorcycle riders, the thrill is worth the risk.

In Brownsville, Texas, a 56-year-old man lost his life when his motorcycle collided with the back of another vehicle. He is believed to have been heading northbound along the road when the car in front of him attempted a U-turn. With not enough time to react to the unexpected maneuver, the motorcyclist careened into the other vehicle, suffering serious injuries. He died of his injuries at the scene of the crash.

DPS troopers are reported to be investigating the cause of the incident. The motorcyclist is said to have been lacking a helmet, an unfortunate circumstance that may have exacerbated his injuries. However, even with a complete set of protective clothing, motorcyclists are still at great risk from any accident they become involved in.

This tragic incident is one of many that happen in Texas every year, leaving a void that can never be filled for the families left behind. If someone close to you has been killed in a motorcycle accident, you might want to consider taking legal action. An attorney can explain your options and may be able to assist you in filing your claim and pursuing justice for your lost loved one.

Source: The Brownsville Herald, "Brownsville man killed in motorcycle accident," Nov. 29, 2014

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