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Heroic Rapper The Game Saves Bicycle Accident Victim


Heroic Rapper The Game Saves Bicycle Accident VictimIt has been reported that the rapper Jayceon Terrell Taylor also known as The Game  stepped in as a good Samaritan. Apparently the rapper stopped to offer assistance to a man he saw was in need of help. Apparently the man was injured in a bicycle traffic collision and needed medical attention. The famous rap star stopped his vehicle and called for aid and waited until assistance was provided. While there is no legal duty to do so, it seems as though his moral obligations were properly satisfied. Bicycle accidents are common in Los Angeles. Many times motor vehicles fail to stop and give them the right of way. As a result many injuries occur. Much like motorcycles these riders are not covered by the steel frame of a vehicle. In fact they are left vulnerable and exposed. As a result any contact with a vehicle can inflict serious injury or harm. If you have been involved in a car accident, motorcycle accident or bicycle accident, contact Downtown L.A. Law for a free consultation. Our attorneys are available to take your call.

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