Motorcycle Accident Victim Injured on Tomales Petaluma Road

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David Edward Goodman Seriously Injured In Motorcycle Accident with Honda SUV in Marin County

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On Saturday night, a two-vehicle collision on Tomales Petaluma Road in Marin County resulted in injuries to one driver and the arrest of the other on suspicion of DUI. David Edward Goodman was identified as the victim who suffered injuries in the crash. The preliminary investigation indicated that a westbound Honda SUV drifted across the double yellow lane and crashed into a BMW motorcycle going eastbound. Robert Chevoi Dauvgnnte Lomack, Jr., the driver of the SUV, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of DUI. Goodman was transported to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries. The Marin County Sheriff’s Department is continuing to investigate the incident.

A motorcyclist was airlifted to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital with major injuries after a collision with a Honda on Petaluma Hill Road. The Honda driver, 27-year-old Robert Chevoi Dauvgnnte Lomack, Jr., was also hospitalized with minor injuries. Lomack was later detained and booked into Marin County Jail on suspicion of driving under the influence causing great bodily injury. He was released from jail on Monday and is currently unreachable by authorities. The investigation into the collision is ongoing.


It’s within your rights to handle your legal motorcycle accident case by yourself, but it’s a stressful and risky thing to do. An insurance company will typically toss out a lowball offer when they know you don’t have a lawyer. They’ll assume you don’t know what you’re doing and will say they owe you less because you’re not paying a lawyer.

Plus, an insurance company usually offers compensation for your past medical bills, but what about your future treatment? Your mental health counseling? Your lost days of work? The value of your motorcycle? This could easily be tens of thousands of dollars, if not more.

Your pain and suffering should be valued. Compensation for pain and suffering is protected by California law and should never be undervalued by an insurance company that’s pressing you for a quick settlement.

At Sally Morin Personal Injury Lawyers, we offer a free consultation and we don’t take our fee until the conclusion of your case after you’ve already covered the costs of your motorcycle accident. So let’s talk about your crash in a free and confidential consultation!

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