motorcycle accidents

Make Room for Motorcycles

by Andrew Miller December 20, 2013 Accident Claims Law

With the official start of winter just weeks away, many motorcyclists are forced to park their bikes in storage for the season, but chances are, if you live in a state that gets little to no traces of snow, you are still sharing the road with year- round motorcyclists.  While even the hardiest of bikers […]

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Should Motorcycle Helmets Be Mandatory In All States?

by gclatworthy December 6, 2012 Motorbike Accidents

[US Law and General] Motorcycle riding can be a fun and exhilarating hobby and an exciting means of transportation, but it can also be deadly. As a result, many states have enacted helmet laws in an attempt to lessen the amount of highway fatalities involving motorcycle riders that occur each year. While these laws are […]

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Why are Motorcycles Fatalities on the Rise?

by goose575 October 18, 2012 Accident Claims Law

While road safety agencies such as individual state’s department of transportation (DOT) have been working towards reducing the total number of accidents on the road, however motorbike accidents seems to be eluding answers. Lawmakers and enforcement agencies have certainly been working hard to ensure higher safety standards. The results are visible in more general awareness […]

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Fullerton Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

by Bisnar Chase September 19, 2012 Motorbike Accidents

Fullerton, California, in Orange County, is the home of some of the final open spaces left in southern California where motorcycle riders can take to the open road and feel they are back in the “old days” of bike riding.  The West Coyote Hills provide trails that seem to go back in time to the […]

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