Riding a motorcycle is even more dangerous if you do so without wearing a helmet. There is a greater risk of suffering a severe head or brain injury if you are involved in a crash.
Victims of these crashes may think they cannot file an injury claim because… Read More
Blind spots are particularly dangerous for motorcyclists because their bikes are much smaller than passenger cars and are more difficult to see. When a motorist is unable to see a motorcyclist in his or her blind spot, a collision can occur, which can… Read More
While all motorists must deal with road hazards like debris on the roadway, ice or slippery surfaces, motorcyclists must have a heightened focus on these potential hazards. Things that have little effect for motorists, such as uneven road surfaces, can… Read More
A large percentage of all reported motorcycle accidents result in serious injury or death, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Motorcycles do not offer the level of safety protection that passenger vehicles do, making… Read More
Riding a motorcycle can be a thrilling, yet dangerous experience. The chances of sustaining serious and disabling injuries are increased for motorcyclists compared to other types of accidents on the roadway.
In 2017, there were 2,907 motorcycle accidents… Read More
Lane splitting is a dangerous traffic maneuver that occurs when a motorcyclist travels in two lanes at the same time. Motorcyclists often do this between two lanes of slow-moving or stopped vehicles. However, this can easily lead to an accident that could… Read More
Motorcycles are popular vehicles that offer operators and riders freedom and mobility. However, 284 motorcycle collisions, 18 of which were fatal, have been investigated by the Arizona Department of Public Safety since the start of 2017.
Like other… Read More