55 Year Old Cyclist Injured in Ashtabula, Ohio, Accident.
A crash that occurred in Hartsgrove, Ashtabula, Ohio, resulted in injuries for a 55 year old cyclist of Windsor, Ohio, on Thursday, July 3, 2014 at approximately 9:03 pm. Police reports are that the man was riding a silver bicycle north on State Route 534, when he allegedly lost control and it overturned. He was transported by Community Care Ambulance to Geauga Hospital. He was charged with Operating his vehicle without reasonable control.
Motor vehicle accidents involving bicycles often result in serious injuries. As a result, managing our clients’ medical bills while they recover is a major concern. Serious injuries can take months to recover from. During this time medical bills can continue to accumulate because the insurance company will not make any payments until the time of settlement. In these situations having the help of a personal injury attorney who has experience with medical billing issues is helpful.
The population of Hartsgrove, Ashtabula, Ohio, was 1,395 in 2013; they suffered 4 injury crashes of 18. Accidents occurring on the wrong side of the roadway were 181 that cause injuries. Injury crashes that involved pedal-cyclists or bicycles are 1,327 in 2013, while those that occurred in 2012 were 1,544. Crashes in which the vehicles overturn in 2013 were 1,260 of 1,994 in the category of first harmful event of unit in error. Accidents that occurred when it was dry were 50,261, while those that occurred on the roadway were 55,371 of 222,904 in 2013.