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Bradley S. Chawgo Identified as Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident

Bradley S. Chawgo Identified as Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident

Posted on May 15, 2018

Bradley S. ChawgoFar too often, we see deadly motorcycle accidents result from those who are not watching out for motorcyclists. Motor vehicle drivers sometimes forget to do what it takes to share the roadways. This is why, if you have been injured or a loved one has been killed too soon in one of these devastating accidents, we want to speak with you.

A 23-year-old man named Bradley S. Chawgo was killed after he was hit head-on by an SUV in Niagara County. At the time of the accident, Chawgo was on his motorcycle and a 19-year-old woman was driving her SUV on Monday night. She suddenly crossed over the center line, striking Chawgo on his motorcycle.

Chawgo was thrown from the motorcycle he was riding on at the time. The motorcycle was then dragged through a ditch. Chawgo died at the scene.

Now, those on the police force are saying that looking twice can save a life, and trying to spread information that lives can be taken too soon in these devastating accidents. The driver of the SUV is not facing charges and the accident is still being investigated.

Motorcycle accidents can end in devastating results. Have you lost a loved one because of another party’s negligence and you wonder how you can compensate on behalf of your loved one? We want to help. Call us as soon as possible for help with your claim at Silbowitz Garafola Silbowitz Schatz & Frederick.


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