Motorcyclists are significantly more vulnerable to sustaining severe injuries in crashes than drivers of enclosed vehicles. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reports that more than 4,000 motorcyclists died in 2014. While they are fun to drive and certainly offer a more exhilarating ride than a car or truck, motorcycles pose greater safety risks because they provide less stability and are less visible on the road than larger motor vehicles. At Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys, we have seen the devastation that a motorcycle accident can cause and we urge all drivers to practice these safety tips. We also understand that even the safest drivers can be involved in an accident due to another person’s recklessness. If you are injured in a motorcycle wreck, a Daphne personal injury attorney can make sure your rights are protected. Always wear a helmet Research has proven that motorcycle helmet use reduces the risk of serious head injuries in the event of a crash. According [...]
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82 thousand motorcyclists were injured throughout the nation in 2010. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident Citrin Law Firm can help.
Speeding at over 120 MPH, motorcyclist runs red light and strikes SUV, motorcyclist pronounced dead at local hospital - Citrin Law Firm
A new government study shows that motorcycle accident fatalities are significantly lower in states that require riders to wear helmets.
The 5X5 brand, SA-08 model, motorcycle helmet does not meet the head protection requirements of the federal safety standard.
A man driving a motorcycle was killed late Saturday night when he collided with a 2011 Dodge Ram.