Robinson Man Killed in Texas Motorcycle Accident

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 26-Dec-2012

Motorcycle Accident Attorneys in Waco, TxA motorcycle accident on South Robinson Drive and Kettler Street claimed the life of a Robinson man on Sunday afternoon when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a passenger vehicle, officials reported.

Police identified the motorcyclist as 50-year-old Jimmy Don Chittum. According to reported released to KWTX News, Chittum was transported to Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center via ground ambulance. Chittum was pronounced dead at the hospital after arriving.

The name of the driver of the car that was involved in the Robinson motorcycle accident has not yet been released but police identified the driver as a 77-year-old Robinson resident.

Officials are still investigating the motorcycle accident to reveal more information about what sparked the crash. Police did not reveal whether Chittum was wearing a helmet at the time of the Texas motorcycle wreck.

Motorcycle Accident Attorneys in Waco, Tx

Because of the lacking protection provided to motorcyclists, collisions with passenger vehicles, both large and small, can be devastating, provoking serious head injuries, neck injuries, spinal injuries and even death. Although wearing a helmet is one way riders can protect themselves, helmets are not a guarantee against serious injuries. In some situations, the impact of a collision may actually knock a helmet off a rider.

If you’ve lost a loved one to a motorcycle accident, call our motorcycle accident lawyers in Waco, Temple, Killeen and statewide Texas at 800-359-5690 for a complimentary consultation regarding your potential case.

Our team of lawyers are backed by the expertise of private investigators: available to begin gathering evidence for our clients immediately, before witness accounts become foggy and markings on roadways where accidents occurred disappear. Don’t wait. Call, email or stop by any of the locations for our Waco motorcycle accident law firm in Central Texas and across the state. We care. We can help.

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