Owning a motorcycle comes with significant risks. Being in a car accident can already be a source of severe injuries and damage to property, however, getting into an accident while riding a motorcycle is much more dangerous not just to the rider but the passenger as well. Unlike a car which has more safety features, riders of motorcycles only have their helmet as a form of protection from injuries that they might sustain during an accident. An accident can also totally wreck a motorcycle even if it is not very severe which can lead to a much larger monetary issue for the rider.

The Motorcycle Accident section of Hogan Injury’s Legal Knowledge Center aims to provide answers to questions that are specific to motorcycle accidents. These answers will ensure that you as a motorcycle rider involved in an accident will get accurate information that will help in your situation. In this section, you will find answers to questions about motorcycle safety, motorcycle injuries, motorcycle insurance, rider’s liability.

Handling a car accident case can be very different than handling a motorcycle accident case. Hogan Injury has lawyers specializing in motorcycle accidents to help you with your motorcycle accident.

Wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle is universally required in a some states, and required in others. For example, California requires its riders to have their helmets on while Texas compels riders 20 years old or younger to wear helmets. If you do not have a helmet, it might be in your best interest to buy one now. Injuries happen 5 time more likely when you’re riding a motorcycle than when you’re in a passenger car. For your utmost safety, never buy a used helmet. Although used helmets look.

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Here is a huge difference between Uninsured Motorist Coverage and Underinsured Motorist Coverage. Understanding this difference can affect how you deal with the aftermath of an automobile accident. Uninsured Motorist Coverage (UM), protects you in an accident involving an at-fault driver who isn’t insured. Although most states, including California compel drivers to carry insurance, not everyone does. In fact, around 12 % of motorists do not have insurance. UM coverage will also protect you when you get involved in a hit and run incident, and are unable to identify or.

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When you get involved in a motorcycle accident and it’s not your fault, the first thing you should do is consult with a personal injury attorney specializing in auto accidents. As a general rule, you must prove negligence to win a personal injury case. In the event of a motorcycle accident, here’s what you need to show: 1. The law sets standards or requirements of “reasonable care.” In this case, it’s pretty clear that all drivers must follow traffic rules and exercise care while on the road. For instance, if.

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You have the right to receive fair compensation for any damage sustained during the accident, particularly if you are not at fault. This applies to whether you were driving the motorcycle, a passenger on the motorcycle, or someone hit by a motorcycle. Damages are the harm caused to your property and the injuries you sustained in the incident. Damages can either present or future. What does this mean? ‘Present damages’ refers to the amount of money that the incident has cost you so far. For example, your wages for any.

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Hit and run accidents are common here in California, especially in Los Angeles. The first thing I’ll advise you to do is to recall everything that you can about the driver and his car. Try remembering the plate number, the model and make of the car, physical characteristics of the person behind the wheel, etc. If there are witnesses around, go talk to them and gather additional information that can help the police find the hit and run driver. When you feel that you’ve exhausted all sources of information including.

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The first and most important priority is your safety along with the safety of any other persons involved in the accident. Motorcycle drivers are more exposed than car/truck drivers, putting them at higher risk in a crash. If you or anyone else has sustained any kind of injury, immediately call for help. Regardless if you think it’s a minimal injury, it’s best to have it checked out. Getting in touch with the police at the scene of the accident ensures that records of the incident remain accurate. It’s crucial that.

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