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Bicyclist Killed After Veering Off Road in the Santa Monica Mountains


Saturday morning, July 14th, 2012, a bicyclist, who was riding near the intersection of Mulholland Highway and Stunt Road in the Santa Monica mountains, was killed after he veered off the road and fell down a ravine. The victim was a black male, approximately 40 years old, and was reportedly alone when he fell. The cause of the accident is still under investigation by the California Highway Patrol.

In cases such as this, many factors could have contributed to the man's accident and ultimate death. A distracted driver could have forced him to swerve and thus drive off the road into the ravine, a defective part on the bicycle could have been responsible for him losing control, poor road conditions such as potholes could have caused his accident, or any number of other factors.

If you, or someone you love has been involved in a bicycle accident we urge you to contact the husband/wife team of Attorney Dan McGee and Attorney Catherine Lerer at McGee, Lerer & Associates as soon as possible. With over 40 experience representing bicycle accident, and other personal injury victims, we know how devastating and traumatic a bicycle accident can be to the victim and their family. That is why we work tirelessly to determine who is liable for the accident, and then provide you with the aggressive representation you deserve.

Contact a Santa Monica personal injury attorneyat our firm today to schedule your free, confidential consultation and review of your case. Our attorneys are available 24/7 to answer your questions and assist you with your legal needs.

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