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The Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries


The Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Posted On February 7, 2024 In Motorcycle Accidents,Personal injury

Few things compare to the open road, especially when you’re riding a motorcycle. However, one wrong move by you or another motorist could cause a catastrophic injury or even death. Motorcycle crashes can happen in the blink of an eye—and the repercussions could be devastating and irreversible.…

What Is a No-Contact Motorcycle Accident?

Posted On April 28, 2021 In Motorcycle Accidents

According to data from the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and Federal Highway Administration, nearly 6,000 motorcycle fatalities occurred in 2020. In that same year, over 80,000 motorcycle injuries were recorded as well. If you ride a motorcycle, know the dangers and what to do if you’re in an accident.…

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.…

Motorcycle passengers face worst injuries in accidents

Posted On June 15, 2020 In Firm News,Motorcycle Accidents

Riding a motorcycle carries obvious risks. You have little protection in an accident, exposing yourself to serious injuries.

The danger is greater for motorcycle passengers, a study shows. The report finds traumatic brain injuries are more likely for passengers. It also says wearing a helmet makes little difference.…

Intoxicated driver may have caused motorcycle accident

Posted On September 3, 2019 In Firm News,Motorcycle Accidents

People who ride motorcycles generally know the increased danger they face. A motorcycle doesn’t offer as much protection to any riders the same way that a passenger vehicle or larger motor vehicle does. This doesn’t stop people from continuing to ride motorcycles, and most riders take proper safety precautions to protect themselves.…

Motorcycle accident claims 1 life, injures another

Posted On July 22, 2019 In Firm News,Motorcycle Accidents

A family’s life can change in the blink of an eye. Those who have lost loved ones to motor vehicle accidents know that pain all too well. When that accident is tied to impaired driving, it can seem all the more cruel, since the tragedy could have been avoided.…

Man dies from injuries after motorcycle accident

Posted On June 17, 2019 In Firm News,Motorcycle Accidents

The warmer temperatures are encouraging people to get out and enjoy and enjoy summer. One way that many choose do to just that is by riding their motorcycles. As fun as this activity can be, it also has the potential to be very dangerous for riders.…

Motorcycle accident claims the life of 20-year-old man

Posted On May 20, 2019 In Firm News,Motorcycle Accidents,Personal injury

Motorcyclists typically know that they are much more vulnerable to accidents than those in a passenger vehicle. They take the proper safety precautions, such as wearing helmets and following the rules of the road, to avoid being involved in any traffic incidents.…

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