Youngsville, PA – Gregory Brosius Killed in Motorcycle Accident at Matthews Run RdLaw Pa
Youngsville, PA (August 11, 2020) – Around 3:10 p.m. on August 9, a fatal motorcycle accident occurred at an intersection in Youngsville.
According to Pennsylvania State Police, the accident happened at the intersection of Matthews Run Road and Seneca Lane. A 71-year-old woman from Youngsville was making a left turn from Matthews Run onto Seneca when she struck a motorcycle.
The driver of the motorcycle, identified as a 51-year-old man from Erie, tried to stop so that he could avoid the passenger vehicle. However, he ended up striking the side of the car. He received serious injuries and was taken to the hospital by medical helicopter.
Another motorcyclist also tried to avoid the accident but was unable to do so. The motorcycle veered onto its side and the motorcyclist, identified as 50-year-old Gregory Brosius, was thrown off. He suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
State Police continue their investigation into the circumstances of the accident.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time. Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families in hopes of a full recovery.
Motorcycle Accidents in Pennsylvania
Motorcycle accidents are some of the most horrific accidents that happen on our roads. Motorcyclists have few protections from harm, which is why they are prone to some of the worst harm in the event of an accident. Approximately 2.7% of accidents in Pennsylvania involve motorcyclists. These accidents occur in the blink of an eye and forever change the lives of many, including victims and their families. If you have lost somebody you love in a motorcycle accident, you may wonder what options are available for you. Family members should always speak with a skilled attorney.
Losing a loved one due to an accident can have a huge impact on every aspect of your life. As you grieve your losses, you may be faced with the reality of not knowing how you will afford to keep up with the bills piled up against you. This is the unfortunate reality that many families face every single year. If you have lost somebody close to you in a motorcycle accident, you have the right to hold a liable party responsible. You should always be prepared to take these matters to a skilled and resourceful wrongful death attorney in Pennsylvania so that you do not feel alone.
Our personal injury attorneys at Edelstein Martin & Nelson have dedicated ourselves to families who have lost loved ones. You may find that, with the help of an attorney, you are eligible for many aspects including medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, funeral costs, and more. Losing a loved one is never an easy thing to face but far too many family members believe that they are alone. You have rights and options with the help of an attorney by your side. Please do not hesitate to contact a motorcycle accident attorney at (215) 731-9900 to find out how we can help in your time of need.
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