On Saturday, July 18th a couple riding a motorcycle crashed near the intersection of Erie Boulevard and State Street.  They died upon impact.  

According to officials, there were no other vehicles involved in the wreck. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash.

If you or a loved on has been hurt in a Motorcycle accident, contact us today.

On Sunday, July 12th, 2015 a Yates County motorcyclist was struck by a car while riding down Route five in Geneva, NY.

According to authorities, the driver of the car was attempting to make a left hand turn onto Route 14A. The vehicle failed to yield to the right of way and struck the victim.

The driver of the motorcycle was wearing a helmet, but suffered severe injuries to the lower part of his body. He was airlifted to Strong Hospital.

Early Sunday morning, in Providence, NY, a 33 year old man crashed his all terrain vehicle. A female passenger was pronounced dead on the scene.  

The driver was charged with DWI, reckless driving, and other related charges.

According to Authorities, the man was speeding when he lost control of the ATV. Neither the driver nor the passenger had on helmets.

A father is calling for change after his son was critically injured riding on the back of a motorcycle. The boy’s injuries required life saving surgery. The father of the boy never knew his son would be on a motorcycle that day.

The crash occurred in late May, in Athens, NY. According to New York State Police, the motorcycle hit an oncoming vehicle. The driver of the motorcycle, just 32-years old, did not survive the crash.

If you were on or around state route 84 Thursday, May 7th odds are you experienced what many consider to be one of the worst traffic jams the Beacon-Newburgh Bridge area has experienced in years. While traffic jams can invoke panic, frustrations, and even rage, keep these tips in mind to remain safe in the event you find yourself stuck:


The statistics regarding the number of motorcycle crashes that result in injury or death are staggering. This month, motorists are reminded to “share the road with motorcycles.”

The initiative encourages dual efforts on the parts of motorcycles and automobiles. Those in automobiles are reminded to be mindful of motorcycles, while motorcyclists are encouraged to make sure they are visible to other motorists.