The answer could be yes if the driver is proven to be negligent and at fault, however, the fault should be with the driver of the car and not the motorcycle rider.

According to an El Dabe Ritter Law Firm post, if the motorcyclist somehow violated the rules of the road and was negligent in their way, the motorcyclist might not have a strong case for filing a lawsuit.

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