LACCD employee dies in motorcycle accident

Bill Judge, a former Pierce employee and a Buildings and Trades skilled plumber in the Maintenance and Operations Department, died Tuesday morning in a motorcycle accident on his way to work at Valley College. Hearing unfortunate stories like these just make any road user realise how important road safety is. As we never know what will happen when you’re on the road, being cautious and being aware is important. Saying this though, if you or anyone you know has recently found themselves in an accident and are looking for a lawyer, this may be the best route to take when it comes to getting legal advice and moving on with your life, in the right way.

He was headed southbound on the 5 freeway when his Harley-Davidson motorcycle crashed, The Daily News reported on Tuesday. He was pronounced dead at 4:40 a.m. This is, unfortunately, the reality of many motorcycle accidents. While others may not end in death, they may still result in very serious injury. If you have been involved in such an accident and are in search of legal assistance, you might want to find a motorcycle accident attorney near you.

Judge began working for LACCD in 2001 at Los Angeles City College. He worked at Pierce College since 2004 before transferring to Los Angeles Valley College in April.

“On behalf of everyone who worked with Bill at Los Angeles Pierce College, we add our condolences [to] his family and friends,” Pierce College President Kathleen Burke said in an email.

Judge is survived by his wife and three adult sons, Valley College President Erika A. Endrijonas said in an email.

“He will be missed by everyone who knew him, especially at Valley and Pierce where he worked most recently,” Endrijonas said in the email. “Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts at this difficult time.”

Motorcycle accidents are often devastating so if you or a loved one are involved in one and sustain injuries, you could consider contacting personal injury lawyers in Alburquerque if you’re in that area to see about pursuing legal action.