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-Posted On February 22, 2023 In Motorcycle Community-

Motorcycle License Requirements in California

Riding a motorcycle is a popular form of transportation and recreation in California. However, it is essential to have the necessary license and permit to ride a motorcycle legally. California law requires motorcycle riders to have a specific type of license, which varies depending on the rider’s age and experience level. Failure to ride a motorcycle without a license can result in serious penalties, so it is important to be aware of these important requirements. How to Obtain a Motorcycle Permit in California Before acquiring a motorcycle license in California, any rider under the age of 21 must first secure…
-Posted On February 7, 2023 In Bicycle Accidents-

Are Bicycle Accidents Covered by Insurance?

Bicycles are an incredibly popular form of transportation in California. As more people turn to bicycles for transportation and recreation, however, the risk of bicycle accidents also increases. These collisions can result in serious injuries, financial hardship, and emotional distress. In these situations, many victims wonder if they have the right to pursue compensation through a car insurance claim. Under California’s insurance system, the answer is yes: victims of bicycle collisions have the right to pursue insurance claims. However, these claims can be highly complex, which is why it is important to consult with a San Francisco bicycle accident lawyer
-Posted On January 26, 2023 In Bicycle Community,Bicycle Injuries-

The Most Common Bike Accident Injuries in California

Compared to motor vehicle drivers, cyclists are vulnerable to very severe injuries during an accident. Bicycles do not have the same large tires and metal shells as cars. Collisions between the two can be catastrophic and result in significant damage. Many injuries can occur in a bicycle collision, from traumatic brain damage to broken bones and fractures. If you ride a bicycle in California, it is important to be aware of these risks and take steps to protect yourself on the road. Head Injuries While helmets can reduce the risk of very serious brain injuries, head injuries are some…
-Posted On January 13, 2023 In Bicycle Community,Bikes and California Law-

Do Cyclists Need to Stop for Stop Signs?

In California, cyclists are free to share the road with motorists, except in places where it is prohibited. Bikes are considered vehicles, and many traffic laws apply specifically to cyclists. However, there is often confusion regarding what a bicycle can and cannot do on the road. As a cyclist, you have the same rights and responsibilities as a motorist. You must always follow the rules of the road—including stopping for stop signs and red lights. Not only is this the law, but obeying traffic signs can help significantly reduce the risk of an accident.  California Cyclists Are Required to Stop…
-Posted On November 28, 2022 In Bicycle Accidents-

Who’s Liable in Bicycle Accidents Caused by Poor Road Conditions?

In San Francisco, cyclists face a lot of hazards. Negligent drivers, dangerous dogs, and even poor weather can contribute to a sudden injury or accident. In some cases, poor road conditions may also lead to a bicycle collision. From loose gravel and poorly designed roads to potholes and debris from recent storms, cyclists can easily lose control when encountering dangerous roads. If you were injured in a bicycle accident caused by poor road conditions, you may be eligible for legal action. In this situation, the government agency responsible for maintaining the road would be responsible for paying for the injuries…
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