Cape Coral Motorcyclist Killed When Driver Pulls Out In Front

On September 15, 2009, a biker died in Cape Coral, Florida on Pine Island Road after a woman pulled out in front of him and caused a collision. The biker was ejected from the motorcycle and was airlifted to Lee Memorial Hospital where he later died from his injuries.

It is estimated that nearly 7,000 motorcyclists are injured or killed each year in Florida. Drivers need to share the road and be mindful that there are other motor vehicles other than cars on the road. This accident was probably preventable. If the driver of the car was paying attention, they likely would have seen the motorcyclist and could have avoided the collision.


If you or a loved one is ever injured or killed as a result of a motorcycle accident, please feel free to call us at (888) 99-VICTIM. That’s (888) 998-4284. You can also visit us online.

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