Recent Motorcycle Accidents in Southern California

Newport Motorcycle Accident

A couple was riding a motorcycle when a left turning drive pulled out too early. The couple was launched from the motorcycle when the vehicles collided. Both the rider and the passenger were injured severely.

The accident happened in Newport at the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Harbor View Drive around 4:30 PM on March 30th 2016.

Both riders were sent to the hospital for treatment of their injuries. The driver of the car was not injured. The cause of the crash is unknown but there were no drugs, alcohol, or excessive speeding to be part of the case.

Long Beach

April 6th, 2016. 105 w before long beach blvd
Someone reported around 8 AM, “Biker down on the 105 w fwy, blue and white older model suzuki sportbike. Before getting to the long beach blvd exit.” Chp was on scene, however the rider nor medics weren’t present. No other info is available regarding the rider.

Motorcyclist Down in Cerritos

April 4th 2016. 605 north at Katella off ramp at 9 AM

An accident with two up and another vehicle occurred. Both the passenger and rider were thrown from the motorcycle. Per CHP CAD, a female passenger was injured. No info was provided regarding the rider.

Motorcycle Accident in Bellflower

April 1st 2016. 91w near the 605 freeway

Member reported at 9:59am, “91 Westbound. Blue Yamaha, looks like early 2000’s R1. Police on scene. Rider appeared “OK” laying on ground helmet off. Wearing black hoodie and had a beard.” Another vehicle is involved in this incident.

No other info is available at this time.

The Reinecke Law Firm

Motorcycle accidents are a common occurrence in Southern California. We hope that riders are always wearing protection and riding safely and obeying the laws. We wish those that have been involved in motorcycle accidents seek professional advice before settling with their insurance company. At The Reinecke Law firm we fight to help fallen riders recover what the lost and more. Give us a call at 1(800)275-8326 for a free case evaluation.