Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Crash on Loop 363 in Temple

Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Crash on Loop 363 in Temple

Rider Seriously Injured in Temple Motorcycle Crash on Loop 363

Temple, Texas (March 24, 2021) – According to a local news source, a motorcyclist was seriously injured Tuesday evening in a traffic collision in Temple, near the Temple Buc-ee’s store.

The crash happened at about 5:00 p.m., March 23, on Loop 363.

According to the report, a truck pulled out in front of a motorcycle, turning westbound, resulting in a collision.

The motorcyclist was taken to Scott & White Medical Center with severe injuries. He was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.

The authorities are investigating the crash.

In most cases, it is usually other motorists who are culpable in accidents involving motorcycles but only a wise attorney can build a strong case if you have been a victim. Contact our law firm, Joel A. Gordon & Associates, for a free consultation and the prompt assurance of a successful outcome.

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1. In some cases it may be very important to immediately begin securing evidence, including but not limited to photos of skid marks, photos of property damage, witness statements, the actual vehicle or other property involved in the incident, and other critical evidence before its disappears.
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3. Under Texas law, wrongful death actions can be brought by a spouse (husband or wife), child (son or daughter), or parent (mother or father). A claim can also be brought on behalf of the deceased estate. the statute of limitations in Texas for wrongful death is two years from the date of the incident.