White Plains, NY – Individual Loses Life After Motorcycle AccidentNY Accident Lawyer
White Plains, NY (October 9, 2018) – Yesterday, October 8 around 12:18 a.m., state police were called to a motorcycle accident on Interstate 287. Initially, they reported the motorcyclist was injured.
The driver of the motorcycle was since identified as Francis X. Claps III of Old Greenwich, Connecticut. He had been driving his 2012 Yamaha motorcycle on I-287 and failed to negotiate a curve. This caused him to strike a guardrail on the highway.
Police said that Claps was transported to the Westchester Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased.
No other vehicles were involved and no other injuries were reported.
New York Motorcycle Accident
At this time, we wish to extend our condolences to the friends and family of Francis X. Claps III. We understand that motorcycle accidents can be extremely serious and life-altering in many ways.
We were extremely saddened to hear about this horrific accident. Single-vehicle accidents, including motorcycle accidents, can be extremely dangerous and deadly in a variety of ways. Many of these accidents are due to driver error, including driving too fast for conditions or impairment. Catastrophic and deadly results can happen in the blink of an eye.
From here, a full and complete motorcycle accident investigation will take place so that the cause of the accident can be determined. If you know someone who was driving or riding as a passenger on a motorcycle at the time of a serious accident, you have rights in your case and we want to help. At Silbowitz Garafola Silbowitz Schatz & Frederick, we will help you protect your rights as we work toward getting you the compensation that you are entitled to at this time. Call us today for more information at 800-395-8343.
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