Honolulu, HI - Motorcyclist Hurt in Crash in Ewa Beach near Iroquois Dr & North Rd
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Honolulu, HI – Motorcyclist Hurt in Crash in Ewa Beach near Iroquois Dr & North Rd

July 24, 2023

Honolulu, HI (July 24, 2023) – EMS in Honolulu reported that a motorcyclist suffered serious injuries after an accident that occurred in Honolulu in Wawa Beach last Saturday. 

Officials say the incident happened at the intersection of Iroquois Drive and North Road at around 10:45 a.m. The individual who sustained injuries was identified as a 70-year-old man. 

EMS transported one of the motorcyclists to a nearby trauma facility to be treated for their injuries. At this time, no one involved has been identified. 

Police in Honolulu are still working to determine the cause of the accident. 

We hope for the full recovery of the injured victims.

Motorcycle Collisions in Hawaii

All different types of auto accidents happen throughout the state of Hawaii and across the United States each year. Motorcycle crashes are some of the most catastrophic types of auto accidents that occur on roadways throughout the United States. Every year, thousands of people sustain severe injuries and lose their lives in motorcycle collisions in the United States. Each year, the US sees about 90,000 injuries that result from motorcycle accidents and nearly 5,000 fatalities. 

Obviously, motorcyclists are more prone to becoming seriously injured due to traveling with little to no protection against the force of faster, larger vehicles. If a motorcyclist becomes involved in a collision with a passenger car, they are more likely to suffer severe or even fatal injuries than those who are riding in the vehicle. 

In Hawaii, there are a large number of motorcyclists. Due to the beautiful scenery and nice weather, it is a popular place to ride mopeds and motorcycles year-round. This is a fact that should be considered by all motorists in Hawaii. Drivers in Hawaii should keep an eye out for motorcyclists at all times, as they are more common there than in other states. 

When you’re injured as a motorcyclist in a car wreck, it is likely that your crash was caused by driver negligence. Statistics concerning motorcycle accidents in the United States show that about 50% of reported motorcycle crashes happen due to the actions of negligent drivers– not the motorcyclists themselves. The most common reason motorcycle crashes happen in the US is drivers failing to yield the right of way.

When you or a loved one sustains severe injuries in a motorcycle crash, you should contact a motorcycle accident lawyer in Honolulu as soon as you can. You may be eligible for financial compensation for damages like pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, medical bills, vehicle repair costs, wage loss, and more. 

Call the law office of Leavitt, Yamane, & Soldner as soon as you can at (808) 537-2525 to learn more about your legal right toward financial compensation if you were hurt as a motorcyclist in an accident. We are here to help you through this difficult time, so don’t hesitate to contact our office as soon as you can.

Notes: Our team of writers uses secondary sources such as news reports, and local and state police incident reports to create these posts. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this particular accident so if there is any information that is incorrect, please contact Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner right away so that we can update the post right away to reflect the most accurate information available. 

Disclaimer: This post is not a solicitation for business. The photo used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene. None of the information in this post is intended to be legal advice or medical advice. If you are injured in an accident, seek medical assistance immediately.        

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