Minocqua Crash Kills Cyclist

Posted by Bremer & Trollop |
Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

A Minocqua cyclist was killed when he was struck by a commercial vehicle early Thursday morning.  According to the Minocqua Police Department, Minocqua resident Robin A. Kuzel was bicycling on U.S. Highway 51 South in Minocqua when Adam B. Lynch of Delevan crashed into him with a commercial vehicle leased by Safelite Group, Inc.  Mr. Kuzel was pronounced dead at the scene.  The Minocqua Police Department, Woodruff Police Department, Oneida County Sheriff’s Office, Minocqua Fire Department and Oneida County Highway Department all responded to the scene.  The accident is still under investigation and the specific details of the crash are not yet being released.

Read more at The Lakeland Times.

Fatal bicycle accidents in tight-knit communities like Minocqua are tragic events.  If you have a loved one who was killed in a bicycle accident, it is very important to involve a personal injury attorney who has experience handling both bicycle crashes and insurance claims arising from fatal crashes, called "wrongful death" claims.  An experienced wrongful death attorney can make sure all of the necessary steps are taken in an early investigation into the facts of the crash, and can also help the victim's family with related estate claims and with finding and maximizing insurance coverage.  Contact Bremer & Trollop right away to set up a free consultation: 715-849-3200.  Bremer & Trollop has offices in Minocqua, Wausau, Antigo, Marshfield and Stevens Point.