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Maryland Motorcyclist Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries

  On the evening of Tuesday October 16, 2012, a man had been involved in an accident that left him with life-threatening injuries.

At the intersection of Fort Smallwood Road and Solley Road, forty six year old motorcyclist James Lloyd Geiser had collided with a Ford Escort after failing to yield. The accident had thrown him of his Harley Davidson and onto the road.

Geiser had been seriously injured and was sent to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. As for the driver of the Ford Escort, they were uninjured.

Do you own a motorcycle? Have you recently been injured in a motorcycle accident? A Washington D.C. accident lawyer can help you with your accident case. They will review the accident report, find witnesses, collect evidence, and do whatever else it takes to make sure that you are compensated for the injuries you suffered at the negligence of another.

If you would like to be compensated, set up a consultation with your Washington D.C. accident lawyer as soon as possible. This will make it easier to build a strong case and to gather evidence and witnesses while they’re still accessible.

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