Hamilton, NJ – Motorcycle Accident Involving SUV on Main Street

Hamilton, NJ – Motorcycle Accident Involving SUV on Main Street

Hamilton, NJ (May 17, 2019) – Police say that a 70-year-old man from Somers Point was injured in a motorcycle accident involving an SUV on Main Street.

The accident took place around 3:52 p.m. when police received a report of a motor vehicle accident involving a motorcyclist. The man was identified as Thomas Putney, who was traveling east when his motorcycle suddenly collided with a Toyota driven by Tiffany Smith. She had been traveling in the opposite direction.

Smith was not injured. Police arrived and so did an ambulance. Putney was transported to the hospital and police redirected traffic for quite some time. Paramedics confirmed that he had life-threatening injuries but have not provided an update at this time.

The crash is under investigation at this time.

We would like to extend our warmest thoughts and prayers to those injured in this accident, with hopes of recovery.

Motorcycle Accidents in New Jersey 

Hamilton, NJ – Motorcycle Accident Involving SUV on Main StreetNew Jersey experiences a wide variety of accidents on their roadways every single day, some of which include motorcyclists. Approximately 15% more motorcycle accidents have taken place this past year than any other recent year across New Jersey. It is also a fact that motorcyclists are some of the most vulnerable parties on our roadways, which means that motorcyclists could become easily harmed in these serious accidents. Our motorcycle accident attorneys understand what you have been through and will stand by your side at this time.

Our attorneys at Brady, Brady & Reilly understand that it can be overwhelming to face the aftermath of a serious accident that took place at the hands of another party. When the bills continue to pile up against you and you have been left without work due to the severity of your injuries, you might wonder how you can move forward with a case. Please contact us for the help you deserve at (201) 997-0030.

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