Early Saturday morning a Christian Brothers Academy graduate attending Savannah State University lost control of his motorcycle around 4 a.m. on Saturday morning and crashed into a tree, he died instantaneously.

Reports stated that he had obtained his motorcycle license the day before the accident and was speeding when he lost control of the bike and was thrown into a tree.

Fellow students of the boy said he was the most friendly and approachable kid anyone could ever imagine. Unfortunately, motorcycles do not provide much protection for the rider, which is why there are 6.25 casualties out of every 10,000 registered motorcycles each year.

At Eichholz Law Firm, our Savannah motorcycle accident attorneys are proud to represent all motorcycle accident victims and families of victims that were injured due to the negligent actions of individuals.  We believe that these negligent individuals must be held accountable for their actions in the court of law and pay for all the damages and losses they have caused. To learn more, simply contact our firm at (866) 947-7449 or complete the “Free Case Review” form located on this page.