Jeremy Chavez Died After Solo Motorcycle Crash on Studebaker Road in Long Beach
Long Beach, CA (April 26, 2022) – Jeremy Chavez (32) died after getting into a solo motorcycle accident on Studebaker road in Long Beach. According to Nationwide Report, the incident happened at around 7:15 pm on Sunday.
According to authorities, Chavez drove a 1993 Harley Davidson motorcycle at a high speed on Studebaker road. Then, it approached Loynes Dive and Chavez lost control of the motorcycle.
Jeremy Chavez drove his motorcycle at a high speed and then lost control, leading to the crash.
After the crash, Chavez’s motorcycle struck a center median and a concrete barrier part of the Los Cerritos Channel. According to authorities, Chavez’ valid California driver’s license had an M1 endorsement.
At the moment, authorities are still investigating the case. So far, they’re determining if distractions or intoxication played a role in the accident. Further details are still unavailable.
Jacoby & Meyers does not represent any of the above mentioned parties. Nevertheless, we express our deepest sympathies for the family and friends of Jeremy Chavez.
Personal Injury (Wrongful Death) Claims in Long Beach
In this case, the family members of Jeremy Chavez can have the right to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit. However, it can depend on the investigation’s findings. In addition to that, negligence by a person or business can contribute to an accident, which might have resulted in the death of a family member. If that is the case, you may be able to file a wrongful death claim and receive a big settlement.
Indeed, no amount of money will ever make up for the death of a loved one. However, receiving the maximum settlement and winning a judgment can give a sense of justice. Also, it can offer some peace of mind.
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More About Motorcycle Accident Liability
Motorcycle accidents usually cause more severe damage than other auto accidents. Motorcyclists are prone to sustaining major injuries because they are more exposed. Also, motorcycles are lighter and don’t provide much protection. Most motorcycle accidents are caused by the following:
- Compact and less visible on the road
- Loss of control due to road debris
- Motorcyclists are exposed to road and other vehicles
- Prone to wobbling
- Unskilled motorcyclists who don’t have proper licenses
However, motorcycle accident liability always falls on the negligent driver. Most of the time, both the motorcyclist and the other vehicle’s driver can be at fault. It all depends on who made careless road maneuvers, which contributed to the accident. Proving negligence can become challenging on your own. Fortunately, you can hire an experienced attorney for motorcycle accidents. A skilled lawyer can do more than just help build your case. Learn more about motorcycle accident lawyers in California here. You can also check out these resources about wrongful death attorneys and personal injury lawyers.
Jacoby & Meyers does not represent any of the above-mentioned parties. Nevertheless, we express our deepest sympathies for the family and friends of Jeremy Chavez.
Certainly, nothing can alleviate the pain of losing a loved one. However, it’s also important to get your rightful compensation to help with recovery. Getting advice and guidance from experienced personal injury attorneys can also help you pursue your case. For instance, Jacoby & Meyers has a team of the best lawyers for any car accident, wrongful death, or motorcycle accident cases in California, including Los Angeles, Fresno, and Sacramento. Likewise, consulting a lawyer can help you get insight and information about complicated topics, including car accident settlements and more. If you’d like to get professional advice about your case, give us a call today at 888-960-0480 for a free consultation. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you.
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