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What Is a No-Contact Motorcycle Accident?


What Is a No-Contact Motorcycle Accident?

Posted On April 28, 2021 In Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents are not uncommon throughout the state of Arizona. According to the state Department of Transportation, there were more than 2,600 total motorcycle crashes during the latest reporting year. When most people think of motorcycle accidents, they think of incidents involving two or more vehicles.…

The Top Five Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Arizona

Posted On April 26, 2021 In Motorcycle Accidents

Operating a motorcycle can be a fun experience, particularly when the weather is pleasant outside. However, the reality is that motorcyclists face more risks on the roadways than do those inside traditional passenger vehicles. According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, we can see that there were 2,676 total motorcycle crashes across the state during the latest reporting year.…

How Much Is My Motorcycle Accident Claim Worth?

Posted On April 22, 2021 In Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycles are exhilarating vehicles to operate, and they are very popular throughout the state of Arizona. However, when an accident involving a motorcycle occurs, it is not uncommon for motorcycle riders and passengers to sustain severe injuries. Anytime a motorcyclist is injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another driver, they should be able to secure compensation for their losses.…

How Do Helmet Laws Affect Motorcycle Accident Cases?

Posted On April 20, 2021 In Motorcycle Accidents

In the state of Arizona, there is no universal motorcycle helmet law. Any motorcycle rider under the age of 18 must wear a helmet when they are operating their vehicle. However, any rider 18 years of age or older can make a choice about whether or not they want to wear a helmet.…

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