Mar 10

Bicyclist Bayflited After Car Accident Bicyclist Wasn’t Involved In

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A bicyclist is injured after a car accident he wasn’t even involved in.

65-year-old Julian Conley was simply riding a bicycle on East Lake Road and Ridgemoor Boulevard in the East Lake area of Pinellas County. Moments later, Julian Conley was riding in a helicopter to Bayfront Medical Center.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol, 66-year-old John Carr was southbound on East Lake in a 2007 Nissan when he turned in front of a 2008 Volkswagen driven by Karen Procaro who was headed north. The two vehicles collided causing a car accident. The impact from the car accident forced Carr’s vehicle into Julian Conley and then hit a concrete pole.

One may never think riding a bicycle could result in being part of a car accident and resulting in serious injuries; but it happens. Drivers need to be watchful for other drivers AND be watchful for bicyclists. A driver’s negligent actions can forever impact a bicyclist’s life.

Drive safely and watch out for those who don’t. If you or a friend has been injured in a Florida car accident, motorcycle accident, bicycle accident or other personal injury matter, you should talk to a personal injury attorney who understands negligence law. Personal Injury Attorney Matthew Noyes has been caring for clients after automobile accidents, bicycle accidents, motorcycle crashes, and other accidents for over 20 years. His Pinellas County personal injury law firm-Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes-has been fighting insurance companies for over 56 years. Click here to schedule a free case consultation.

Remember, insurance companies have attorney looking out for their best interest after your car accident, so should you!

  1. You know, everybody should be careful on turns while on the road. Look every location. You can’t avoid it if you’re near with it. Accidents happen anytime.

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