A USA Today report on July 29 revealed that social media star Hayes Grier is in a process of recovery at a North Carolina medical facility after sustaining bodily injuries involving a dirt bike.
Though details of the incident were not available, it was confirmed that Grier, 16, was transported to a hospital after sustaining numerous skin lacerations, bruised lung, broken ribs, and a concussion. Natalie Geday, Grier’s spokesperson told reports that Hayes is in the recovery process and that he is being closely watched by his family. The incident reportedly resulted in the delay of the July 18 appearance of Hayes in the streaming series “Top Grier” and Verizon issued a statement that they are thankful that the teen star is okay. Hayes is being followed by more than 14 million people in different social media platforms like Vine, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.
In this tough situation that you sustained injuries in motorcycle accidents, enlisting a skilled legal team is critical mostly if you will need to prolong medical attention to recover. Find out how the Pohl & Berk, LLP attorneys in Nashville may possibly help you recover your loss today by calling (615) 277-2765.
A trust fund was recently made for a motorcyclist who sustained severe injuries on his right arm in a May 11 motorcycle crash in Mooresville Pike.
The trust fund was made at Heritage Bank for the benefit of 39-year-old Michael Campbell. Campbell reportedly struck a guard rail after losing control of his motorcycle on a curve, causing him to suffer serious and debilitating injuries. According to Jim Hale, who has been helping Campbell since his release from the hospital, Campbell’s arm was severely injured.
According to sources, Campbell was about to start a new job when the crash happened.
Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents like the one in which Campbell was involved are often caused by the negligent actions of other parties. If you have been injured in such an accident in Nashville, you may need additional financial assistance, something which our lawyers at Pohl & Berk, LLP, may be able to help you obtain. Learn about your legal options by calling 615-277-2765.
A female motorcyclist recently died after her motorcycle was hit by another vehicle in East Nashville the night of April 7.
According to Metro Police, the accident happened at the 2500 block of Dickerson Pike at around 10 p.m. when an SUV crashed into a motorcycle driven by Jennifer Mosey. The victim reportedly sustained fatal injuries after her motorcycle struck the front passenger fender of the SUV. Mosey was rushed to Vanderbilt Medical Center, where she was later pronounced dead.
While police have ruled out alcohol or drugs as factors in the fatal crash, charges may still be filed against the SUV driver as authorities continue to investigate the accident.
Losing a loved one to a motorcycle accident can leave you facing many burdens, not to mention grieving severely. Our team at Pohl & Berk, LLP, understands this and send their condolences to anyone affected by this tragedy.