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Corvallis, OR - Motorcycle Crash with Injuries on Conifer Blvd.

Corvallis, OR – Motorcycle Crash with Injuries on Conifer Blvd.

Corvallis, OR (May 4, 2022) – The Corvallis Police Department responded to reports of an injury crash involving a car and a motorcycle on Tuesday, May 3rd. The crash was reported in the 100 block of NE Conifer Boulevard.

According to a report, a 58-year-old Corvallis resident was driving a vehicle on Conifer when she came to an intersection. The woman failed to yield and entered the intersection. At that time, she collided with an oncoming motorcycle. The motorcycle rider was ejected from his bike and landed in the roadway. Paramedics were then dispatched to the scene. When they arrived, they treated the injured motorcyclist before transporting him to Good Samaritan Hospital. There is no update on the victim’s condition or the extent of their injuries at this time. The 58-year-old woman was not hurt in the accident. Neither party was identified.

Police closed the roadway while they investigated the crash. It is not clear whether any charges are expected to be filed at this time. There is no additional information available.

We wish to offer our thoughts to the injured motorcyclist following this crash in Corvallis. We hope for a complete and speedy recovery.

Motorcycle Accidents in Oregon

The Oregon Department of Transportation maintains statistics on the number of motorcycle accidents and injuries that take place across our state every year. According to the most recent numbers, there are approximately 1,200 crashes involving motorcyclists reported in our state on an annual basis. The bad news is that most of these collisions involved injuries. Of the approximately 1,200 crashes, nearly 1,000 motorcyclists also sustained injuries of some description, and, sadly, 60 people were killed. These numbers come out to a greater than 80% chance that motorcycle riders will be hurt when they are involved in an accident. The injury and death rate for motorcycles is far higher than for passenger cars and other larger vehicles.

If you or a loved one have been involved in a motorcycle crash in Oregon, our condolences go out to you. We know that these crashes frequently involve serious and life-altering injuries and can result in a major change to your lifestyle. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to secure your legal rights following the accident and ensure that your future is protected.

Here at Johnson & Taylor, we leave no stone unturned when handling an accident case. Our team of experienced Corvallis motorcycle accident attorneys will make sure that negligent drivers are always held accountable for their actions that harm others. We will fight to make sure that you receive the best possible compensation under the facts of your case.

We are here and ready to help you at any time. Our lawyers assist clients in Corvallis and throughout the I-5 corridor with serious injury cases. We provide a free consultation and case evaluation for all potential and prospective clients. To speak with one of our Corvallis motorcycle accident attorneys, please reach out to us at the link on our website or give us a call any time at (503) 990-6641.

Note:  Our team of writers utilizes secondary sources when creating these accident news posts. These sources include local and state police incident reports, news media outlets, social media posts, and at times, eyewitness accounts about accidents in and around Salem, Oregon. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this accident. If you locate something incorrect in our post, please contact Johnson & Taylor right away so that we can correct the post with the updated information. We will take this post down if requested.

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