West Wareham, MA – Bicyclist Crashes with State Trooper

Vehicle and Bicycle Accident on Washington StreetWest Wareham, MA (June 26, 2018) – An accident in West Wareham, Massachusetts involving a police officer and a bicyclist occurred on Tuesday morning near the Cranberry Highway.  A trooper with the Massachusetts State Police was operating in an unmarked cruiser when a bicyclist collided with his patrol vehicle.  The bicyclist sustained injuries in the crash and was transported by Wareham EMS units to Tobey Hospital for treatment of injuries.  The bicyclist’s injuries are not life-threatening.

The crash and its cause are still under as of Tuesday afternoon.   There is no word on the cause.  At this time, there is no further information available.

Boston Bicycle Accident Attorneys

At this time, we do not know enough about this crash to say whether the officer or the bicyclist are at fault.  In the coming days, police will continue their investigation in an effort to determine which party was responsible.  Ultimately, the issue of legal liability will turn on the outcome of the investigation.

Accidents with bicycles are common in and around the Boston area as there is a heavy presence of pedestrians and bicyclists.  In our city, motorists encounter bicyclists on a daily basis during their travels.  It is important that both drivers and cyclists take care to ensure that accidents such as this one do not occur.  If a driver causes an accident with a cyclist, the cyclist may have a negligence claim against the driver and is entitled to recover compensation from the driver’s insurance company.

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in a bicycle or other accident, you could be entitled to compensation for your injuries.  At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, we help injured accident victims protect their legal rights.  We have experience with all types of accidents, including bicycle accidents.  If you would like to discuss your case with us, please call us at 617-367-2900 for a free case evaluation today.  Should we decide to take your case, we normally work on a contingency basis which means we do not get paid unless you recover. You have absolutely nothing to lose. We are standing by waiting to hear from you.

 

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