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2 people injured and 1 dead after motorcycle wreck in Catoosa, OK

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Reports of a deadly crash involving two motorcycles and a car on Sunday night around 10 p.m.
According to Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) troopers, the two motorcycles crashed along I-44, near 129th East Avenue, just before 10 p.m.

Troopers say a car then hit one of the motorcycles. 30-year-old Shelbi Knapp from Catoosa died in the crash.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Knapp’s motorcycle, another motorcycle with a 32-year-old man and a juvenile passenger, and a 2005 Chevrolet Malibu were involved in the crash.

More updates to follow as they become available.

Carr and Carr Attorneys have helped motorcycle accident victims since 1973. If you have been injured or a family member killed, call us today for a free consultation.

Teen hits motorcyclist in Tulsa, OK

A 16-year-old boy driving a white sedan struck and badly injured a motorcyclist on 61st St near Hwy 169 Monday due to road rage.

The teen was trying to merge onto Hwy 169 from 81st St, while a woman driving north on Highway 169 tried to exit at 71st. The 16-year-old driving a white car was getting on the highway at 81st and forced her to swerve to avoid hitting him. He then threw a water bottle at her car.

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Motorcycle Riders: Your Uninsured Motorists Policy On Your Car May Protect You On Your Bike

motorcycle accidentIf you’re a bike rider and are hit by an uninsured motorist, it is very possible that your insurance policy written on your car will cover your injuries and losses on your motorcycle as well.  This can be great news for you — if you know about it.  The problem we’ve been seeing is that bike riders are not aware that they are covered, and their insurance representative is not telling them. Continue reading “Motorcycle Riders: Your Uninsured Motorists Policy On Your Car May Protect You On Your Bike”

Recall: Honda Goldwing Motorcycles Due To Brake Problems

Honda and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have issued a recall or approximately 126,000 Goldwing motorcycles made during the model years of 2001 through 2010 and 2012.  Honda has identified a problem with the secondary brake master cylinders of its GL1800 Goldwings.  This problem may cause the bike’s rear brakes to drag, increasing the risk of a wreck.  Additionally, riding a motorcycle with a stuck rear brake may generate enough heat to cause a dangerous fire. Continue reading “Recall: Honda Goldwing Motorcycles Due To Brake Problems”

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