Posted on Sunday, May 12th, 2019 at 4:38 pm
Palmyra, NY (May 12, 2019) – Yesterday, May 11th, deputies with Wayne County cited a Fairport woman after causing a serious motorcycle crash on State Route 21.
At the time, deputies say that Linda Howard was traveling south when she suddenly missed her turn around Bear Hill Drive and turned into the path of a northbound motorcycle.
The riders on the motorcycle were identified as Kimberly Casillo and John Hart. Howard did not receive injuries, but Hart sustained both head and chest injuries and Casillo had leg and abdominal pains. They were both transported to the hospital for treatment.
Howard was cited for unlicensed operation and failing to use a turn signal.
Police continue to investigate the circumstances of the crash.
Motorcycle Accidents in New York
At this time, our heartfelt sympathies are fully extended to the injured parties in this accident with the hopes that they will receive a full recovery. New York motorcycle accidents are known for being extremely catastrophic in nature due to the fact that motor vehicle drivers are in much larger vehicles and have more protection from harm. While it can be difficult, it is absolutely essential to seek the help of an experienced attorney throughout this challenging time.
Our attorneys at Hach & Rose are fully dedicated to helping the victims of these serious accidents and holding them totally liable for their actions. We understand that dealing with sudden injuries can be a devastating prospect, especially for somebody who is unable to return to work due to their injuries or is facing financial turmoil. Please contact us to find out how we can assist you in your time of need at 212-779-0057.
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