Jennifer Bezaire, partner at Greg Monforton & Partners, is representing the family of Jim Gammon, a 56-year-old Windsor man who died from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident on June 4, 2015.
Gammon was in critical condition after suffering severe brain injuries during the crash at the intersection of Richmond Street and Chilver Road. He was taken to Windsor Regional Hospital, Ouellette Campus in the earning morning hours of June 23, 2015. He passed away that day and left behind a wife of 28 years and two adult children.
Unfortunately, the family, who has requested time to grieve, has been left searching for answers. The family has requested the publics help in determining exactly what happened on the day of the accident.
Any witnesses with information should contact Jennifer Bezaire at (866) 320-4770.
Family Uses Tragedy to Implore Drivers to Watch for Motorcyclists
While the Gammons plan a memorial service to honor a beloved father and husband, they are also using this time to remind motorists to watch for motorcyclists.
He loved his bike, he has years and years of experience, Evan Gammon told Windsor CTV News. He continues on to note that this tragedy can serve as a reminder to all drivers.
The Gammon family is still waiting for police to finish the investigation while police say that charges are pending.
In Ontario, the number of motorcycle fatalities hit a seven-year-high in 2014. Data from the past few years indicated that other drivers actions played a key role in the deadly motorcycle accidents. Many times, motorists fail to see motorcycles and do not detect how fast they are approaching.
Our Windsor personal injury lawyers are dedicated to fighting for the rights of the Gammon family and ensuring they receive the justice they deserve.