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Riding a motorcycle is a popular hobby or a method of commute throughout the United States. Motorcycle AccidentsUnfortunately, 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.

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
  • Tailgating
  • Running a Red Light
  • Running a Stop Sign
  • Dangerous Road Conditions

What Damages Can I Recover In A Motorcycle Accident

Fair Market Value of your Motorcycle

  • Fair Market Value of your Motorcycle
  • Medical Bills
  • Required Rehabilitation
  • Lost Wages
  • Permanent Injury or Impairment
  • Disability
  • 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

Helmets have long been known to reduce injury or death in motorcycle accidents. Because of this, most States require riders to wear one. Although wearing a helmet doesn’t prevent an accident, it may reduce or mitigate a victim’s injuries. You may recover damages for injuries even if you did not have a helmet on at the time of the accident; however, the damage amount may be affected. For a full claim review, contact Select Law to see how we can help you.

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