Combs Greene
Smart. Aggressive. Creative. Committed
  • RSS Feed
  • Facebook
  • Google +
  • Linked In
  • Twitter
for a Consultation
3217 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
Email Us

Combs Greene


Our lawyers are smart, aggressive, creative and committed. We will relentlessly pursue your best interests. Our firm is a Preeminent, AV Rated Firm, which means we have achieved the highest rating for legal ability from Martindale Hubbell. Our lawyers have also received numerous Top Attorney - 10.0 - ratings from AVVO, which is the highest rating, as well as receiving Clients' Choice awards two years running.

Learn More »

Personal Injury Blog Post

Motorcyclist Killed in Accident on Freeway Near Jacksonville

A man was killed in an accident involving a semi-truck and a motorcycle in Jacksonville the evening of Sunday, May 8.

The crash resulted in temporary shutdowns of the southbound section of Interstate 95 close to where it intersects with Interstate 295 on the north side of the city. The Florida Highway Patrol and the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department responded to the accident after receiving 911 calls.

Unfortunately, the motorcyclist, a 28-year-old man, died from his injuries at the scene of the crash. He reportedly lost control of his bike and hit the concrete barrier wall alongside the highway. According to the FHP, a tractor trailer then struck the man and fled the scene of the accident. A third tractor trailer, which might also have hit the man, stopped and stayed at the scene and cooperated with officers.

Hit and run is a serious issue

Although the initial information the Florida Highway Patrol provided would indicate the motorcyclist was responsible for the crash, it’s still illegal for anyone involved in an auto accident to leave the scene without stopping. In fact, doing so could lead to serious criminal charges and consequences that include fines and jail time if convicted.

Beyond that, leaving the scene of a crash leaves injury victims in a tough predicament, as they are unable to seek compensation from the at-fault driver and his or her insurance company. For these reasons, law enforcement agencies take hit-and-run accidents very seriously. 

For more information on taking legal action after a motorcycle crash or hit-and-run accident, speak with a trusted Jacksonville personal injury lawyer at Combs Greene, PA.

Attorney Mark Link contributed to this blog post.

Post a Comment

Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *



Contact Us

In order to help you more quickly, please fill out the quick form and submit.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Combs Greene
3217 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207 USA