Motorcycle Accidents Lawyer

What is Motorcycle Accidents?

Motor accident is the leading cause of death of 6-33 years old in the United States and approximately 3000 motorcyclists are killed every year. Many other seriously are injured and undergo severe life changes. As far as statistics go, in most cases a motorcycle accident is not actually the fault of the motorcyclist but of the driver of the car, van, truck, or other vehicle – in a large percentage of cases, the other driver was simply unable to see the motorbike; however, this does not excuse them from blame.

 

Motorcycle riders are in a unique position on the road. They enjoy the freedoms that come with their chosen form of transportation, but they are also exposed to dangers not met by automobile drivers and other motorists. For instance, the lack of any substantial protective barriers between a motorcycle and the road, as well as the difficulty that other motorists may have in anticipating and seeing a motorcycle, leave riders prone to serious injury in the event of an accident.

 

Motorcycle accidents are like other vehicle accidents in some ways, but because of some unique factors inherent in motorcycles and motorcycle riding, the causes of motorcycle accidents, the injuries resulting from motorcycle accidents, and the liability issues surrounding motorcycle accidents can be very different from car accidents.

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Some of The Steps That You Should Take If Accident Occurs:

  • Remain at the scene of the accident.
  • Call the police immediately or have someone call the police for you
  • File a police report as soon as the officers arrive.
  • Seek immediate medical attention, even if you think you are not injured. You may have injuries that will come to light later.
  • Get the license number, personal and insurance details, and name of the other driver involved.
  • Ask for the details of any witnesses present at the accident scene.
  • See legal assistance as soon as possible.

The Risks Of Motorcycle Riding:

  • Visual Recognition: Motorcycles make smaller visual targets, which are more likely to be obscured by other vehicles, or by road and weather conditions. This is an issue especially at intersections, where approximately 70 percent of motorcycle-versus-vehicle collisions occur.
  • Speed “Wobble” Accidents: Especially at higher speeds, the front end of a motorcycle may become unstable and begin to shake or “wobble.” This problem may be due to a misalignment of the front and rear tires of the motorcycle. If an accident is caused by such a high-speed wobble, the manufacturer of the motorcycle might be held financially responsible for any resulting injuries, under a product liability theory.
  • Less stability: Vehicles with two wheels are less stable than those with four, especially during emergency braking and swerving. Also, some motorcycle accidents are caused by front wheel “wobble” that can occur at high speeds.
  • Skill level and difficulty: Riding a motorcycle requires more skills than driving a car. Unskilled riders account for a disproportionate number of motorcycle accidents. In 2001, more than one quarter of all motorcyclists killed in crashes did not have a proper motorcycle license.

Why Motorcycle Accidents’ Lawyers?

  • Preliminary file preparation and investigation
  • Assistance with your “no- fault” or other benefits
  • Documentation of damages
  • Final documentation and settlement demand
  • Settlement negotiation or lawsuit
  • Distribution and payment of the proceeds of your case

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