No one wants to be involved in an accident that hurts someone, but when it happens, you deserve to have compensation for your injuries. You have a right to seek compensation, just like this person may choose to do. In New Hampshire, a recent motorcycle accident killed a motorcyclist who was driving a 2011 Honda touring motorcycle. He was 43 years old.
The report claims that the 43-year-old man was heading west on Route 2 when he was struck by another vehicle. That vehicle was driven by a man who was turning on to Sunday River Road. It was around 12:30 p.m., so it should have been light enough out to see the motorcyclist. No information about the road conditions or weather was available.
What is known about the accident is that the man died at the scene. He had a passenger on the motorcycle as well. The 50-year-old woman from New Boston was taken to Rumford Hospital and then later was flown to Central Maine Medical Center. The Oxford County Sheriff did not know her condition.
The man driving the car and his passenger, his wife, were also injured in the accident. Their injuries were reportedly not life-threatening. The 52-year-old and 49-year-old were taken to Rumford Hospital for treatment following the crash, but their conditions were not available, either.
The police on the scene have said that this incident is under investigation, but right now, no one has been charged. It's possible someone could be if negligence is discovered. The police think that the car may have turned into the path of the motorcyclist, causing the accident and the man's untimely death.
Source: Portland Press Herald, "N.H. motorcyclist killed in Bethel collision", June 30, 2014