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One Motorcyclist Dead, Four People Injured in Levy County Multiple-Vehicle Crash

On Saturday afternoon, March 23, a multiple-vehicle crash turned deadly for motorcyclist Tony Lewis Mead, 55, of Homosassa. Three other motorcycle riders and one driver of a car involved in the accident were taken to local hospitals with serious injuries.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, Mead and several other motorcyclists riding Harley Davidsons were traveling north on US-41. They attempted to pass a car in their lane that was also headed the same direction. Sadly, three of the motorcycle riders failed to pass the car in time, causing them to collide with a Kia Soul and a Chevy Silverado.

Mead was pronounced dead at the scene, and the three other motorcyclists were taken to a local hospital for treatment. Craig Travis Conrad, 47, was listed in critical condition. The Kia’s driver, 28-year-old Jessalyn Krewson from Gainesville, was also taken to the hospital with serious injuries. The Silverado’s driver was not injured.

If there was negligence on the part of one of the drivers or auto manufacturers, Mead’s family may have grounds to move forward with a civil Wrongful Death case.

The Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A. is dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals and families that have suffered injuries due to the negligence of others. Our attorneys have more than 170 years of combined experience investigating and representing those who have suffered tragic loss or severe injuries.

If you know a surviving family member of a person who was killed in an auto or motorcycle crash, please encourage them to give our firm a call immediately. The consultation is completely free, and there is no out-of-pocket cost to the family to hire us.

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