Victorville Girl Killed in Hesperia Motorcycle Crash ID’d as Tristyn Madole
Hesperia, California (April 29, 2020) – The San Bernardino County Coroner’s office has released the name of the 17-year-old Victorville girl who died following a motorcycle accident along Bear Valley Road in Hesperia on Tuesday afternoon, April 28.
As per the dispatch, a 2015 Harley Davidson motorcycle operated by Tristyn Shae Madole’s father in the eastbound lanes of the highway rear-ended a semi-truck at around 2:51 p.m.
Due to the impact of the collision, the bike went down.
According to authorities, a third vehicle was possibly involved in the mishap.
Tristyn, who was was a passenger in the Harley Davidson, was declared deceased at the crash site.
Her father sustained unspecified injuries and was airlifted to an area trauma hospital for medication.
The crash resulted in the closure of the highway between Cottonwood and Mariposa Roads for several hours as investigation and cleaned-up took place.
We offer our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Tristyn Shae Madole. It is extremely difficult to lose a loved one, especially when it happens unexpectedly.
If your loved one died and you believe someone else was at fault, we encourage you to contact our legal team for a free, confidential consultation. Our legal team can help you understand your legal rights.
When a fatal accident is caused by a person or entity’s negligence, the resulting death is considered “wrongful” in the eyes of the law. The surviving family members have legal rights for a wrongful death claim.
Arin Khodaverdian, the Managing Partner and CEO of Alpine Law Group, advises surviving family members to “talk to a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible to understand your legal options and take action aimed at securing the maximum compensation.”
We understand that there is no amount of financial recovery that can make up for the immense loss of your loved one, but it can ease your financial burdens and help you forge your way forward.
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