It is vital for motorcyclists and those who drive any vehicle on the road to be aware of the different ways in which these accidents can happen. Some people may forget about the risks associated with riding in a sidecar and careless drivers may collide with a sidecar for a number of reasons. Sadly, those who ride on motorcycles and in sidecars are especially vulnerable when involved in a collision on the road, and many have either lost their lives or sustained major injuries. Across the state of California, it is pivotal for motorcycle accident victims to know about their legal right afterward.
Whether you are an experienced motorcyclist or have just bought your first bike, you have probably had someone remind you to remember to pay attention and never rely on other motorists to see you. Because riding a motorcycle automatically makes you less visible, it is imperative that you are responsible and vigilant in paying attention to reduce your risk of injury or death. At E&E Law Group, we have helped many people in California who may have been involved in a motorcycle accident.
If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident or have been the victim of a car accident in California, you may have suffered a head injury that has recently left you learning to cope with challenging symptoms. At E&E Law Group, we have helped many people who have endured a traumatic brain injury to work towards getting compensation for their injury.
You have just bought your dream motorcycle and have been making a list of places that you want to adventure to in California. The anticipation of owning your own motorcycle and exploring the country in the open air is quite thrilling but can quickly turn life-threatening if you do not take the right precautions. At E&E Law Group, we understand the risks that motorcyclists face and have helped many victims of accidents involving motorcycles.
One of the biggest threats to motorcyclists in California comes when vehicles turn left in front of them. In this situation, many riders believe the best maneuver is laying the motorcycle down. According to RideApart.com, this obstacle avoidance tactic is often used by those who do not fully understand how effective their braking systems will perform in this situation.
The incredible scenic views of California create an optimal adventure experience for motorcycling enthusiasts. Even for folks who use their bike as a way to get to work or school, the thrill of riding in the open air is incomparable to any other feeling. However, the excitement of riding is also tied to inherent risks that must be carefully respected and navigated to avoid serious injury or death. Even for the most experienced riders, sudden hazards can create dangerous circumstances if there is little time to react.
Driving a vehicle on the California roadways, there is pretty much only one place in a lane to be. On a motorcycle, you have three choices, and the one you pick could be important for your safety. The California Motorcycle Handbook explains some of the reasons lane position is so important.
Any accident on your motorcycle on the roadways of California can be devastating, but crush injuries and other traumas that affect the nerves may leave you with permanent damage. At E & E Law Group, we have helped many riders with nerve damage to seek compensation from the drivers who caused their life-changing injuries.
Motorcyclists who frequent the California highways know that they are more likely to sustain a serious injury in a crash. Often, because of the relatively small size of motorcycles, motorists fail to notice them.
When collisions happen between motorcycles and cars, trucks or SUVs in Van Nuys, it is virtually guaranteed that the motorcyclists will the get the worst of them. Sadly, the brunt of consequences that they are forced to bear often does not reflect their degree of fault in causing such accidents. Of the 4,976 motorcyclists that The Insurance Information Institute reports were killed on American roads in 2015, it may be safe to assume that many of them died due to the fault of motorists. Often, motorists will attempt to claim that the motorcyclists they struck suddenly turned into their lanes, leaving them with little time to react. This highlights the need for motorcyclists to do all they can to indicate their intentions on the road in order to counter such claims.