Sergeant Brandon Butler of the Air Force was killed after being in a motorcycle crash. This is the 4th member of the military to die from a motorcycle accident.

Military Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash | Tacoma Motorcycle Accident Lawyer


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8/31/2011
Amanda Beachler
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Komo News reports 28 year-old Brandon Butler, a sergeant in the Air Force, was killed on Friday after being involved in a motorcycle accident.

Butler, who was riding a high-perfomance sport bike that had a top speed of 165 miles per hour, was driving on Interstate 5 in Tacoma when he attempted to make a lane change and crashed into a concrete barrier followed by a traffic sign on the shoulder of the road.

This fatality marks the fourth member of the military that has died in Western Washington as a result of a high speed motorcycle accident.

If you or someone you know has been injured as a result of a motorcycle accident, the Andrew Kim Law Firm can help.  For motorcycle injuries, our experienced Tacoma accident lawyer will explain the Washington personal injury claim process and work with the insurance companies to reach a fair and reasonable settlement.  Our office can be reached for a free consultation at (425) 289-1990, (253) 682-2000 or (800) 636-3676.

Category: Motorcyle Accidents


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