[Perris, CA] – Christopher Von Moos Lost His Life in Motorcycle Crash on Goetz Road
Christopher Von Moos Killed in Perris Deadly Motorcycle Accident
November 2, 2020 – Christopher Von Moos, age 45, died on Saturday. Moreover, he died in a fatal motorcycle accident that happened on Goetz Road and Goldenrod Avenue. Sadly, the accident took place at 6:23 P.M.
Then, his motorcycle hit a pickup truck that was traveling north. As a result, he was thrown from his bike and hit the ground.
Unfortunately, rescue officials pronounced him dead on arrival. The impact of the crash caused the pickup to turn upside down.
The pickup driver sustained moderate injuries in the crash. Additionally, he suffered further injuries when he was assaulted.
Moreover, he was assaulted by a man who was riding alongside Mr. Von Moos on a different motorcycle. Afterward, police officials identified the assailant as Blake Allen Anderson, age 33, of Menifee.
Subsequently, police arrested Mr. Anderson on suspicion of various crimes. Including, driving under the influence and assault and battery.
Be Aware of Your Surroundings
Statistically, one in every two motorcycle accidents involves another motor vehicle.
As stated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2013, 51% of fatal motorcycle accidents involved another motor vehicle. Also, 47% of those accidents were front facing collisions.
Not only that, another 22% of fatal motorcycle accidents that same year included fixed objects. Moreover, some examples of fixed objects are light poles or highway medians.
Among the fatal motorcycle accident situations that involve another motor vehicle – 42% of them because of other vehicles turning left. Subsequently, this could cause a collision with the driver of the motorcycle.
Reasons to Wear a Helmet
- Protect your brain – Head injuries are one of the main causes of death. Traumatic brain injuries can happen when motorcyclists do not wear a helmet. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration stated that motorcycles made up 14% of all traffic deaths in 2017 alone.
- They can improve your ability to see – Whether it is raining or snowing, a motorcycle helmet can help improve your ability to see other vehicles on the road. Not to mention, potential hazards. Also, a tinted visor helps keep the sun out of your eyes.
- Follow the law – Not all states have the same laws regarding motorcycle helmets. For example, in Arizona, you must wear a helmet if you are 17 or younger. However, in a state like Alabama, all riders are required to wear one. It is best to know in advance, so look at your local laws regarding motorcycle helmets.
3 More Tips:
- Avoid large medical bills – The risk of having a huge medical bill is extremely high if you were not wearing a helmet during an accident. Not only the initial medical bills, but long-term bills could affect you later if you suffered a long-term injury.
- They are stylish – Helmets come in all shapes and sizes. Do not be afraid to “let your freak flag fly” when it comes to riding. Be proud of who you are and show it off with the right helmet!
- You have less of a chance to be found “Partially at fault” in an insurance claim – Commonly, cars are found to be at fault in an accident. If you are not wearing a helmet, then the driver of the car can pass partial responsibility on you. As a result, they do not have to pay as much. It is easy to stop this before it happens. Simply, by wearing a helmet.
To the family and friends of Christopher Von Moos, we cannot begin to imagine what you are going through, and our sincerest condolences go out to you.
Salkow Law are true advocates that will work with you directly to achieve justice. Insurance companies want to pay as little compensation as they can. They will even try to make your case go away completely. We will fight for you so that does not happen.
Unlike, the law firms you see plastered on billboards and buses, at Salkow Law you will receive a level of personal service long forgotten at the ‘big’ firms. With us you will not be a faceless, nameless case file. We’ll answer any questions you have and make sure you have a full understanding of how the process works.
This is especially true for families that have lost a loved one in an accident. We won’t stop until we’ve gotten you fair compensation to alleviate the financial toll that unexpected devastation brings.