Albuquerque, NM - Motorcycle Crash with Injuries at Constitution Ave & Wyoming Blvd
Albuquerque, NM (July 28, 2021) - On Tuesday, July 27, a motorcycle accident in Albuquerque wounded at least one person.
The accident was reported to the Albuquerque Police Department at 2:17 p.m. that day. According to eyewitness accounts, ambulance personnel were spotted near the junction of Constitution Avenue NE and Wyoming Boulevard NE. At the site, a car and a motorcycle are said to have collided.
EMS units were sent to the scene, and the injured parties were transported to local hospitals for treatment. As a result of the incident, several lane restrictions were confirmed on the scene. The identities of those who were injured have yet to be revealed.
Local authorities are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash. Additional information will be made public as the inquiry progresses.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Motorcycle Accidents in New Mexico
Motorcycle riders and passengers are extremely susceptible in the event of an accident. For this and other reasons, motorcycle accidents are disproportionately represented in nationwide traffic deaths. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 80% of motorcycle accidents result in death or injury, with motorcyclists having a 27-fold greater risk of dying in an accident. Thousands of riders lose their lives each year in traffic accidents across the United States.
Motorcycle riding is highly popular in New Mexico, and many residents enjoy riding their motorcycles around the state. Unfortunately, these vehicles put drivers and passengers on the road at greater danger, resulting in a rise in deadly motorcycle collisions across the United States. Following a catastrophic motorcycle accident, injured motorcyclists should consult with a New Mexico personal injury lawyer about their legal rights to loss compensation.
Contrary to common opinion, irresponsible drivers who fail to comply with their legal responsibility to travel the road safely with motorcyclists are the primary cause of motorcycle accidents in New Mexico, and negligent drivers should be held accountable for their role in a catastrophic collision.
Every day in New Mexico, a motorcyclist is wounded or killed, and motorcycle deaths have risen across the country, despite a drop in other forms of automobile accidents. Not only are motorcycle riders more likely to be badly wounded, but most drivers fail to keep a proper lookout for them, resulting in fatal motorcycle accidents in New Mexico.
Will Ferguson & Associates' team of New Mexico car crash attorneys will fight for you and assist you in building a solid claim to collect damages from the accident, and the process should begin as soon as possible after the event.
For years, our experienced legal team of New Mexico personal injury attorneys has battled for the rights of motorcycle accident victims and their families, and we can put that expertise to work for you in your personal injury claim.
To speak with a professional Albuquerque motorcycle accident lawyer about your case and how we can help you recover from your injuries, call (505) 243-5566 right now.
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Disclaimer: At Will Ferguson & Associates, it is our goal to honor the victims of the nightmarish accidents that often take place in New Mexico. We would also like to familiarize the public with ways they can avoid a similar fate and what they can do, should the unthinkable happen. The information contained within this article is not to be viewed as any type of medical or legal advice. The photographs depicted in these posts are not representative of the actual accident scene.