Rodney Bryant Injured in Lexington, North Carolina Motorcycle Accident

A gentlemen named Rodney Bryant was seriously injured on Saturday afternoon in a motorcycle accident on Old Salisbury Road near Lexington.

According to reports, the accident happened when Mr. Bryant crossed the center line and struck a truck.  However, reports indicate that Mr. Bryant was traveling in the eastbound direction on Old Salisbury Road and that his motorcycle came to rest on the eastbound shoulder.  Hopefully, the police will fully investigate this accident and not simply blame the motorcyclist as it seems there could be questions about how the wreck occurred based on the resting place of the motorcycle.

If you or a family member have questions about a North Carolina motorcycle accident, call the lawyers at Hendren & Malone for a free consultation.  You can also find more information at our website dedicated to the rights of North Carolina motorcyclists –

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