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Byron, GA – One Killed in Fatal Motorcycle Accident on GA-49

Byron, GA (July 31, 2020) – On Thursday night, July 30, one person was killed in a fatal motorcycle accident that took place on a Byron highway.

According to the Georgia State Patrol, the accident took place on GA-49 around the area of Houston Lake Road. The male motorcyclist was heading north on the highway on his Kawasaki motorcycle.

A man was headed south on the highway in his Ford pickup truck and started to make a left turn at the intersection of GA-49 and Houston Lake Road. The two vehicles forcefully collided.

The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Nobody else was injured as a result of the collision.

The roadway was blocked in the area for an extended period of time.

No further details have been released but the investigation into the accident continues.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.

Motorcycle Accidents in Georgia 

Byron, GA – One Killed in Fatal Motorcycle Accident on GA-49Motorcycle accidents are some of the most catastrophic accidents on our roads. This is due to the fact that motorcyclists are known for being incredibly vulnerable and are at risk for serious results in the midst of an accident. In one year’s time, motorcyclists account for approximately 14% of traffic-related fatalities. Losing a loved one due to an accident can have a huge and lasting impact on your life. This is the reality for hundreds of families every year in the state of Georgia. In one year’s time, over 155 people are killed in these horrific accidents due to the negligence of others. Most motorcycle accidents can be prevented when drivers pay close attention to the roads around them. If you have suffered losses due to one of these accidents, it is important that you have a variety of options.

Motorcycle accidents lead to many serious injuries including broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and even death. This risk increases when drivers are not wearing helmets. When a motorcyclist is thrown from their vehicle or their motorcycle strikes the road while they are still on it, serious results can occur in the blink of an eye. Losing somebody you love in a collision can impact your life for an extended period of time and leave you feeling helpless. It is important that you act quickly to retain your rights in your desperate time of need. You should always be prepared to speak with a Georgia wrongful death attorney.

Our motorcycle accident attorneys at Kenneth S. Nugent, PC have aggressively fought to protect the rights of victims involved in motorcycle accidents. We understand how overwhelmed you may be feeling after an accident and are here to help you grieve your losses in your time of need. Families should never be left to face the financial aftermath of an accident that is not their fault. If you have suffered losses due to an accident, you have many options and should never stand alone. Please contact an accident attorney in Georgia at (888) 579-1790 to find out how we can assist you.

Note: We have constructed this post using outside sources, including news bulletins and first-hand accounts from outside sources. The details concerning this accident have not been independently verified and so, if you have identified false information, please inform us immediately. We will adjust the post to reflect accurate content.

Disclaimer: At Kenneth S. Nugent, PC Attorneys at Law, we are always looking to improve the quality and safety of our state and have been saddened by the outcome of many accidents across Georgia. We hope to inform those in our community about these accidents in the hopes that they will work to avoid serious Georgia accidents in the future. These posts are not to be taken as a solicitation for business. The information within should never be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. We hope that all involved in these accidents will receive a speedy recovery.

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