Fatal Hit and Run Accident Occurred When a Trailer Became Unhitched From the Vehicle Towing It and Traveled into the Path of an Oncoming Motorcycle Resulting In Fatal Injuries
As an experienced defective and unhitched trailer lawyer with a specialty in motorcycle accidents and hit and run accidents, I noticed a “hat trick" of all three has recently occurred which tragically took the life of an innocent man. Michael K. Hull, age 48, was injured when a trailer became unhitched from a vehicle and traveled across two lanes into the path of his motorcycle. The unfortunate victim died of the catastrophic injuries approximately two weeks later. The operators of the vehicle towing the trailer left the scene of the accident and were charged for failure to stop, also known as hit and run. In addition they were charged with voluntary manslaughter. Evidently the trailer was stolen from a business and connected to their vehicle in an improper fashion. After the trailer crossed the median strip and Mr. Hull struck it, he was thrown off the motorcycle and landed in westbound lanes of traffic where he was struck by two other vehicles.
Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Michael K. Hull. They would be well advised to seek the services of an experienced hit and run lawyer with expertise in defective trailers and motorcycle accidents to fully investigate this claim to make sure that they receive proper compensation. The facts of this case represent the worse possible circumstances involving hit and run, defective trailers and motorcycle accidents which unfortunately took the life of a good, caring and innocent man.