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59 year-old man Killed in Motorcycle Crash with Drunk Driver on Route D in Missouri

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Motorcycle safety is one thing but it doesn't matter how experienced a motorcyclist is if he or she gets into an accident with a drunk driver in Kansas or Missouri.

A 59 year-old man was killed on Route D in St. Francois County, Missouri when the motorcycle he was riding was struck by a drunk driver.  The man was killed instantly however the female driving drunk was not injured, although she was hospitalized as a precaution.

As Kansas City Motorcycle Accident and Injury Lawyers of Roswold Law Group, we extend our thoughts and sympathies to the family of the the victim in the tragic motorcycle crash. 

Motorcycles can be dangerous enough without worrying about drunk drivers.  Night time driving is not easy whether you're sober or not.  Driving late can cause drowsy driving.  All of these factors can lead to serious injury accidents.  Throw alcohol into the equation and its a recipe for disaster.  So please, if you're planning on partying or drinking, find someone who isn't under the influence to get you home safely.  It may not be your life on the line, but an innocent motorist or pedestrian.  As a drunk driver, if you're at the wheel in a fatal accident, it may be your life that is over as well.  Only you'll have to live with the consequences.

If you or someone you love have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Kansas or Missouri, call our experienced Kansas City Personal Injury Attorneys-- with over 15 years of experience in Motorcycle Accidents and Drunk Driving cases, we may be able to help your family through this difficult time.  Call our law firm today for a free consultation.
James Roswold
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James Roswold is a Kansas & Missouri personal injury, workers comp, and medical malpractice attorney.
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