Aiken County, SC Motorcyclist Dies After Car Pulls In Front of Bike
Author: Auger Law | March 15th, 2021
A tragic accident in Aiken County, SC on Sunday, February 28, left a motorcyclist dead after a collision with a Buick.
Officials say the accident happened on Williston Road in Beech Island, around 1 PM. Daniel W. Fenn, 47, of Warrenville, was heading east on Williston Road on a 2001 Harley Davidson motorcycle. A 2010 Buick 4-door turned off Woodcrest Place into the bike’s path, causing the motorcycle to crash into the front driver area of the SUV. Sadly, Fenn died at the scene as the result of blunt force trauma from the crash.
Motorcycle crashes often result in death or serious injury. As with other accidents, there are many possible contributing factors, including speeding, distracted driving, impaired driving, or failing to obey traffic laws. However, another vehicle turning in front of the motorcycle is unfortunately a common situation. Frequently the driver who turns in front of the bike says they just didn’t see it. This can happen easily because of a motorcycle’s relatively small size, so motorists are encouraged to always “look twice and save a life” before turning.
If you know a surviving family member of a person who was injured or killed in an accident, please encourage them to contact our firm immediately. The consultation is completely free, with no out-of-pocket cost to the family to hire us.
For over 25 years the attorneys at Auger & Auger have been dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals and families that have suffered injuries or lost loved ones due to the negligence of others. We have years of experience guiding and helping our clients every step of the way to receive compensation for aspects such as medical bills, funeral costs, and other monetary losses.
Editorial Note: At A&A we are always looking to improve the quality and safety and are saddened by the outcome of many tragic accidents across the Carolinas. The purpose of this news blog is to write about cases relevant to our industry and raise awareness about injury cases so that victims of similar incidents can educate themselves on theories of liability, the law, and how personal injury cases typically work. This article is created using publicly available information and is a secondary source. If you find any information here to be inaccurate, please notify us at [email protected], and we will make the appropriate adjustments.