Motorbike accidents lawyer blogs

Motorbike accident law firm blog posts, showing you how you can claim after suffering an injury in a motorbike accident.

Different Comparative Negligence Laws Explained

by Peter Park June 25, 2013 Accident Claims

What happens if both plaintiff and defendant are at faulty but perhaps at a varying degree?  Who becomes liable for the plaintiff’s injury?  Or will they both be liable?  These questions led different state legislators to come up with different negligence rules to determine who should recover and how much.  Many states have different comparative […]

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How to Measure Impact and Loss after Traumatic Brain Injury

by doreenbertrand June 5, 2013 Accident Claims

Did you know that according to data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) there were more than 1.7 million Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) in the United States alone in 2012? While many believe that the largest number of this type of injury occurs during automobile accidents, the highest number of serious TBI’s are sustained […]

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American Motorcycle Laws -Are They Strong Enough?

by annbailey June 3, 2013 Motorbike Accidents

Motorcyclists face threats from every other vehicle on the road. Like most states, Indiana has strong laws regarding the driving habits of motor vehicle operators. However, its laws are not particularly aggressive with respect to mandating safety equipment. Many motorcyclists choose to wear protective equipment regardless; motorcycles do not have airbags and the only crumple […]

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American Motorcycle Laws -Are They Strong Enough?

by annbailey June 1, 2013 Motorbike Accidents

Motorcyclists face threats from every other vehicle on the road. Like most states, Indiana has strong laws regarding the driving habits of motor vehicle operators. However, its laws are not particularly aggressive with respect to mandating safety equipment. Many motorcyclists choose to wear protective equipment regardless; motorcycles do not have airbags and the only crumple […]

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The Jackson reforms in a nutshell

by John Hirst May 2, 2013 Accident Claims

April 2013 was a month to forget for many lawyers due to arguably the most radical changes to the Civil Procedure Rules since 1998. In January 2010 Lord Justice Jackson published his “Review of Civil Litigation Costs: Final Report” which contained a number of recommendations to reform civil litigation both generally and in relation to […]

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Preserving Evidence after an Auto Accident

by lawfirm March 29, 2013 Accident Claims

If you have suffered an auto accident because of someone else’s negligence, and have received severe injuries as a result, you may have the right to file an auto accident claim. However, in order to file the claim and to win compensation, you would first need to gather enough evidence to show that the accident […]

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Man Killed in Temecula Motorcycle Crash

by Bisnar Chase March 29, 2013 Motorbike Accidents

Harold “Wade” Brent, 52, of Murrieta, was killed in a motorcycle crash after he collided with a sedan, fell off his motorcycle and was struck by another vehicle. According to a news article in The Temecula Patch, the crash was reported early morning on March 27, 2013 on the southbound 15 Freeway, just north of […]

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Motorcycle Safety, Statistics and Savvy

by Vincent Ieda March 15, 2013 Motorbike Accidents

There are innumerable types of hobbies in the United States, and some of them actually reach the realm of “lifestyle.” While surely every hobbyist will believe this about their chosen activity, few would argue the fact that riding motorcycles falls into this category. Sadly, this liberating activity also brings with it several risks. Riding motorcycles […]

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Specialist Legal Advice for all Motoring Offences

by pattersonlaw March 10, 2013 Car Accidents

Motoring Offences The law and the rules of the UK highways and the areas where the public fall short on and the laws people don’t even know that they are breaking and putting their licences and jobs on the line for. To learn to drive in the UK you must first have a provisional licence […]

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Can a Victim of Negligence Recover Damages Even When Partly At Fault?

by Illinoisinjurylawyer January 24, 2013 Accident Claims

There are many instances in which more than one person’s negligence is responsible for an accident that results in physical injury or death. But what if the victim’s own careless actions were partly to blame? Can he or she still recover damages? In Illinois, the answer is “maybe”. The Old Rule – Contributory Negligence The […]

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