One Injured in Del Mar Motorcycle Accident on Interstate 5

Del Mar Motorcycle Accident
1 Hospitalized After Motorcycle Crash on I-5 in San Diego

San Diego, California (September 27, 2023) – One person was hospitalized after a motorcycle accident that happened Tuesday morning near Del Mar.

The California Highway Patrol said the collision took place around 10:41 a.m. on northbound Interstate 5 near Del Mar Heights Road.

A motorcycle and a car were involved in the collision.

The rider was lying on his back in the center divider after the accident.

Police officers and firefighters responded to the scene shortly after the collision.

One person was transported to the hospital with minor injuries.

CHP officers are investigating the cause of the collision.

Speak with a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

California is one of the U.S. states with the highest number of motorcycles. Motorcycles offer a flexible travel method that may help avoid being stuck in heavy traffic. However, this mode of transport has its set of issues, particularly in the event of a traffic collision.

Motorcyclists are vulnerable to other cars while riding. In the event of an accident, a motorcyclist can potentially suffer serious injuries that can lead to disability, disfigurement, or even death. Motorcycle accident injuries are often serious or life-threatening due to the imbalance in size and weight of a motorcycle versus a typical car, SUV, or large truck. The smaller vehicle, the motorcycle, typically acquires the greater part of damage, and the rider is virtually unprotected. Even with a safety helmet and protective gear, motorcyclists could sustain severe injuries.

If you are a victim of a motorcycle accident, it is highly recommended you work with an attorney experienced in handling motorcycle accident cases and injury claims that arise from the accident. Pacific Attorney Group is staffed with lawyers with such experience and are available to offer free consultation.

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