January 06th 2011 by ALA Editor
Miguel Gama Macias was injured in a devastating motorcycle accident that occurred on March 25, around 11 p.m. in San Clemente, California. Macias was pulling over to the side when an invisible curb impeded his progress, tossing him from the motorcycle. The city, county, and state courts have all denied him financial compensation so he turned to the capable hands of Brian Chase of the BISNAR | CHASE law firm in Newport Beach California.
OC Register Report
The Orange County Register reported that, “According to the complaint, Macias was riding south on I-5 when he pulled to the right to make a legal stop on the shoulder. His motorcycle hit what the complaint describes as an unexpected and unmarked raised curb near an asphalt island between the paved shoulder and lanes reserved for on- and off-ramp drivers. The incident occurred about 600 feet south of El Camino Real.”
Brian Chase said, “I know the argument of why they raise it; I can appreciate it,” Chase said, explaining that the curb separates motorists driving on and off the freeway. “But if you’re going to do it that way, illuminate it with reflective paint or tape.”
Macias’ serious injuries include internal bleeding, a lacerated spleen, and a head injury
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