Spring Grove, WI (October 26, 2023) – The Greene County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that 18-year-old Aaron Doyle lost his life as a result of a fatal automobile accident that occurred on Monday evening, October 23.
At around 7:30 p.m., the Sheriff’s office, firefighters, and medical personnel responded to the scene of an accident that occurred on State Highway 11/81.
Reports provided by the Sheriff’s Office indicate that Doyle was riding east on State Highway 11 while utilizing a red 2024 Kawasaki ZR 900 sport bike. As he proceeded through the area of County Highway GG, he was struck by a black Chevrolet pickup truck, which was traveling west.
The driver of the pickup truck, identified as a 49-year-old man from Monticello, Wisconsin, suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
Doyle was fatally injured and pronounced deceased by the Greene County Coroner’s Office while at the scene.
At this time, the incident is being investigated.
We hope the injured victim recovers quickly.
Our condolences go out to the family of Aaron Doyle.
Fatal Auto Accidents in Wisconsin
Hundreds of lives are lost every year as a result of automobile accidents in Wisconsin. The unfortunate truth is that a significant number of fatal collisions take place under circumstances that are completely preventable. Leading factors in these fatal accidents include:
- Running Red Lights and Stop Signs: Disregarding traffic signals and stop signs can lead to catastrophic collisions at intersections, which can result in serious and fatal injuries.
- Mechanical Failures: Neglecting vehicle maintenance, including brake or tire issues, can lead to drivers losing control of their vehicles and crashing into others.
- Reckless Driving: Engaging in aggressive and dangerous behaviors, such as tailgating, excessive lane changing, and street racing, can cause severe and fatal accidents to occur.
- Driver Error: Errors like misjudging the speed of oncoming vehicles, misinterpreting traffic signals, or making incorrect decisions while driving can result in vehicles crashing into others sharing the road.
If your loved one has died as a result of a preventable crash caused by the careless and negligent actions of another driver, your family should reach out to a Spring Grove wrongful death lawyer immediately. Your family may have legal options that can help you secure compensation for some of the damages that you face during this difficult time. An attorney will be able to help guide you through the process and fight for fair compensation on your behalf.
At Zerbst & Kluck S.C., we are fully committed to helping bereaved families protect their rights and get justice after experiencing the unexpected loss of a loved one. With our proven track record of success, experience, and compassionate approach, we will fight tirelessly for your rights while guiding you through this difficult time. Let us be your advocates in seeking closure and obtaining the full compensation that you deserve. Contact our Wisconsin personal injury law firm today by calling 608-471-5365 for a free consultation, and let our team help you find justice during this challenging chapter of your life.
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