Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit Filed in Oakland County

A lawsuit has been filed in Oakland County Circuit Court by a man who claims he suffered full-body injuries in a 2007 motorcycle accident.

Named as defendants in the lawsuit are Fanchon Stinger and her ex-boyfriend, Rayford Jackson. The victim, David Sugg, contends Stinger and Jackson are liable for the accident that left him with injuries to head, neck, back, arms, legs, and body, and exacerbated a pre-existing condition. Sugg is also claiming he suffered from shock and mental distress as well.

The lawsuit alleges that the accident occurred when Jackson lost control of Stinger's Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, causing him to careen violently and strike Sugg's motorcycle. As a result, Sugg was forced to fall onto the ground at highway speed. Although Jackson was the one driving the Ferrari, Sugg included Stinger in the lawsuit since she is the owner of the vehicle.

The amount of damages Sugg is seeking has not yet been disclosed.

Injured in a Motorcycle Accident in or Around Detroit?

At the Law Offices of Freedman & Freedman we are dedicated to helping victims of motorcycle accidents and other types of serious motor vehicle collisions take advantage of the state's personal injury laws. Accident victims are eligible to receive compensation if it can be proven that human negligence somehow contributed to the accident that led to their injury. Excessive speeding, reckless driving, drunk driving, running a red light, and rolling through a stop sign are just some examples of negligence that could led to a serious or deadly accident.

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury in a motorcycle accident you believe was caused by the negligent or wrongful actions of another, a Detroit auto accident attorney at our office can advocate your rights and help you pursue an injury claim for maximum compensation.

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