Lugoff, SC – Man Dead After Motorcycle Accident at Hwy 60 & Lachicotte Rd
Lugoff, SC (September 4, 2022) – The Kershaw County Coroner’s Office has provided new information about a motorcyclist who died on Saturday evening after a car accident in the Lugoff area.
According to Coroner David West, the biker was killed in an accident between the crossroads of Highway 60 and Lachicotte Road in Lugoff at about 7:00 p.m.
Per West, the rider, a 57-year-old male, was thrown off his motorcycle as a consequence of an accident at the junction. According to the coroner’s office, he was declared dead at the scene.
It is unknown if anyone else was injured in the crash, and officers from the Lugoff Police Department have not provided any additional information at this time.
An inquiry into the cause of the collision is continuing.
We would like to express our heartfelt condolences to the deceased man’s family. Our thoughts are also with any wounded victims, and we wish them a speedy recovery.
South Carolina Motorcycle Crashes & Victim Injuries
When you ride a motorcycle, it goes without saying that you are more vulnerable to traffic hazards. Motorcycle accidents increased by 5.8% in 2010, with 1,819 total wrecks, 1,984 injuries, and 81 deaths. In South Carolina, the average age of a motorcycle accident victim is 41. Motorcycle accidents account for 7.7% of all road deaths.
Motorcycle riders are permitted to use the state’s roads and highways all year due to the state’s pleasant, mild climate. Although riding a motorbike may be both fun and useful, there is a risk of injury. Due to the poor condition of South Carolina’s roads, motorcycle riders risk being involved in single-vehicle accidents as well as collisions with larger, more powerful vehicles.
Every motorist should know the necessity to share the road with motorcycle riders safely. However, some reckless and hazardous drivers remain on the road. Motorcyclists face significant risks due to defective bikes, roadwork, and other potentially hazardous road conditions, all of which increase the likelihood of a collision or, in the worst-case scenario, a fatal accident.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, Monge & Associates will make every attempt to get you the compensation you deserve. You must first file a personal injury claim to be eligible for lost earnings compensation. Call us right away at 888-688-1924 to discuss your case with a Columbia-area motorcycle accident attorney and find out how we can help you recover from your injuries.
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