Phoenix, AZ – Jose Rodriguez Killed in Motorcycle Crash at 75th Ave

Phoenix, AZ – Jose Rodriguez Killed in Motorcycle Crash at 75th Ave

Phoenix, AZ (October 23, 2019) – Officers from the Phoenix Police Department are investigating a motorcycle accident that left one man dead. 

According to authorities, officers and fire rescue units responded to the area of 75th Avenue and Buckeye Road on Tuesday afternoon for a crash involving the motorcycle and another vehicle. Investigators say 31-year-old Jose Luis Rodriguez was traveling north on 75th Avenue at a high rate of speed when he swerved to avoid a vehicle, hit a curb and was thrown from his bike. Paramedics arrived on the scene shortly after the accident occurred and pronounced Rodriguez dead at the scene. 

Police say Rodriquez was wearing a helmet. The driver who collided with Rodriguez stayed at the scene and was cooperative with authorities. The cause of the crash remains unknown but officers are investigating. 

Our condolences go out to the family of Jose Luis Rodriguez at this time.

Motorcycle Accidents in Arizona 

Phoenix, AZ - Jose Rodriguez Killed in Motorcycle Crash at 75th AveAbout 3,058 motorcycle incidents took place throughout the state of Arizona in 2011 alone. Though motorcycles are a reliable transportation method for daily needs, motorcycle accidents often result in catastrophic consequences for injured riders.

When a victim is seriously injured or killed in a motorcycle accident, it’s important that they or their family speak with an Arizona motorcycle accident attorney to safeguard their legal rights.

Our attorneys ELG Law can offer assistance through every step of the legal process. With years of experience and the compassion needed to navigate these situations, our lawyers have what it takes to secure compensation for your damages. Contact us at (623) 562-3838 to speak with a knowledgeable attorney about your options.

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