Riding a motorcycle is a popular pastime year-round in Arizona. Unfortunately, there are many risks with riding a motorcycle. Although many motorcycle riders are experienced in the safe handling of their motorcycle, there are many risk factors, including other drivers, that a rider may not be able to control.
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WHAT ARE COMMON CAUSES OF MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS?
- Head-on Collisions
- Cars making a Left-Hand Turn
- Lane Splitting
- Fixed Objects in the Roadway
- Sudden Lane Change by Another Driver
- Running a Red Light
- Running a Stop Sign
- Dangerous Road Conditions
WHAT DAMAGES CAN I RECOVER IN A MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT?
- Fair Market Value of the Motorcycle
- Medical Bills
- Required Rehabilitation
- Lost Wages
- Permanent Injury or Impairment
- Inability to Earn the Same Future Wages
- Psychological Trauma
- Loss of Consortium
- Other damages based on specific case facts
WHAT IF YOU DIDN'T HAVE A HELMET ON AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT?
In Arizona, under A.R.S. §28-964, an adult of the age of 18 is not required to wear a helmet. Anyone under the age of 18 is required to wear a helmet at all times. Although it is not required for an adult to wear a helmet, it is always recommended in preventing traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and other injuries.