Calhoun, GA (April 14, 2023) – Serious injuries stemmed from a motorcycle accident that took place at an intersection in Calhoun on the evening of Thursday, April 13.
According to Gordon County officials, the accident happened at an unspecified time at the intersection of GA-41 and Craigtown Road. Police confirmed that a motorcyclist was traveling in the area when it was suddenly involved in a collision with a passenger vehicle due to reasons that are not entirely known. It is believed that the driver of the vehicle remained at the scene.
Several local responders, including paramedics and fire crews, were dispatched to the scene to help those in need. Multiple parties sustained serious injuries and were taken to local hospitals by medical helicopters. Their conditions are not known at this time.
The roadway was blocked at the intersection for an extended period of time after the accident. Police worked to clear the scene as quickly as possible.
No further details have been released but the investigation into the collision continues.
We would like to offer our warmest thoughts and prayers to the parties injured in this accident. We hope that they will receive a speedy recovery.
Motorcycle Accidents in Georgia
With the weather getting nicer in Georgia over these spring months, more and more people will be utilizing motorcycles to get from one place to another. Georgia has a higher rate of motorcycle accidents than many other states in the U.S. each year. In just 2017, there were 139 people who were killed in these accidents. By 2020, motorcycle accidents leading to fatalities increased to 179 people. On top of this, thousands of people are hurt in these accidents every single year. If you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident caused by another party in Georgia, it is important that you speak with an attorney who has your best interests in mind.
Facing the aftermath of a motorcycle accident can be an incredibly difficult thing to do. It is normal to feel alone and confused after one of these accidents, which is why you should speak with a Calhoun motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible after an accident. Many severe injuries stem from motorcycle accidents each year in Georgia, which include the following:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Internal organ damage
- Road rash
These injuries tend to land victims in the hospital or cause them to miss out on time in the workplace. If you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident and wonder where you can turn, you should speak with a Calhoun personal injury lawyer immediately.
Our attorneys at Kenneth S. Nugent, PC are here for you after a motorcycle accident that is not your fault. We want you to feel ready to move forward with a claim knowing that your rights are being protected during these difficult times. Our attorneys will stand by your side as you work toward the compensation that you deserve for a wide array of financial damages. Please contact a motorcycle accident attorney in Calhoun at (888) 579-1790 to find out what we can do for you in your dire time of need.
Note: We have constructed this post using outside sources, including news bulletins and first-hand accounts from outside sources. The details concerning this accident have not been independently verified, so if you have identified false information, please inform us immediately. We will adjust the post to reflect accurate content.
Disclaimer: At Kenneth S. Nugent, PC Attorneys at Law, we are always looking to improve the quality and safety of our state and have been saddened by the outcome of many accidents across Georgia. We hope to inform those in our community about these accidents in the hopes that they will work to avoid serious Georgia accidents in the future. These posts are not to be taken as a solicitation for business. The information within should never be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. We hope that all involved in these accidents will receive a speedy recovery.
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