The South Carolina Highway Patrol released a report on a multi-vehicle crash near Cane Bay High School in the Summerville area. The wreck occurred in the 1800 block of State Road at about 5:35 a.m.
The SCHP says that a Honda Accord was eastbound when it crossed the center line. The car moved into the path of a dual-sport motorcycle, and the vehicles collided head-on. The motorcycle then careened into an eastbound Toyota Tacoma pickup truck, according to WCSC.
A 27-year-old man from Cane Bay was riding the motorcycle at the time of the crash. Although the motorcyclist was wearing a helmet, the Berkeley County Coroner pronounced him dead at the scene.
The S.C. Hwy Patrol released a report on a multi-vehicle crash near Cane Bay High School in the Summerville area. Columbia wrongful death lawyers discuss.
Authorities closed State Road between Cane Bay Boulevard and Sheep Island Road so that clean up crews and investigators could carry out their duties. The South Carolina Highway Patrol and the Berkeley County Coroner’s Office continue to investigate this fatal accident.
Although the investigation into this particular accident is ongoing, state law allows the survivors of those that are wrongfully killed due to negligent conduct to seek redress in the state’s civil courts. Survivors often seek compensation for loss of companionship, pain-and-suffering and burial expenses.
If you or a loved one is a victim in a traffic accident, it is possible to meet with Columbia wrongful death attorneys to review your case from a legal perspective. Our firm fights the insurance companies to get our clients the compensation that they deserve under the law. To learn more about our no-cost consultation, please contact us.