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-Posted On March 16, 2023 In Motorcycle Accidents-

Motorcycle Defensive Driving Tips

Riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating experience, offering a sense of freedom and adventure that is hard to match. However, it also comes with a certain amount of risk. As a motorcycle rider, it’s important to be aware of the potential dangers and take steps to minimize them. By adopting a defensive driving mindset and following some key tips, you can reduce your chances of being involved in an accident and increase your overall safety on the road. Wear the Right Protective Gear One of the most important things you can do to protect yourself while riding a motorcycle…
-Posted On March 8, 2023 In Motorcycle Accidents,Motorcycle Community-

Why to Avoid Motorcycle Insurance Lapses

California law can be very tough on motorcyclists. In California, if a motorcycle rider is injured in a collision, they have a right to claim all their economic losses against another motorist such as past and future medical bills, and also past and future loss of income. Non-Economic Damages Most often, the largest item of compensation for personal injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident is for something called non-economic losses. Non-economic losses reflect damage done to your quality of life, and may consist of past and future pain and suffering, embarrassment, humiliation, inconvenience, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of…
-Posted On March 2, 2023 In Motorcycle Accidents-

Can You Get PTSD from a Motorcycle Accident?

Motorcycle accidents can lead to a wide range of injuries, including broken bones, brain damage, and internal bleeding. However, these collisions can have devastating emotional effects as well. In fact, many motorcycle accident victims develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a severe emotional condition that occurs after experiencing or witnessing significant trauma. While many people associate PTSD with military combat, it can also occur after other types of traumatic events, including motorcycle accidents. It’s crucial to seek medical care as soon as possible if you experience any symptoms of PTSD after a collision, as it can help reduce the severity of…
-Posted On October 20, 2022 In Motorcycle Accidents,Motorcycle Community-

Who Pays for Medical Bills After a Motorcycle Accident?

As a motorcyclist, you risk getting into an accident every time you head out on the road. From unsafe road conditions to dangerously negligent drivers, motorcyclists are vulnerable to serious injuries and collisions. If you find yourself in this situation, you could face significant financial hardship, physical pain, and emotional suffering. In California, the person or entity who caused your accident is financially responsible for your damages. The liable party is required to pay for your medical bills, as well as lost wages, property damage, and other losses. To find the defendant, you will need to determine who was at…
-Posted On September 21, 2022 In Motorcycle Accidents-

How to Avoid Blind Spot Motorcycle Accidents

Blind spots are areas around a vehicle where a driver cannot see. Because motorcycles are much smaller than the average car, it is very easy for a driver to miss a motorcyclist when he or she is traveling in these areas. As a result, serious accidents can occur. When you are riding a motorcycle in San Francisco, it is very important to be aware of other drivers’ blind spots. Here is how to avoid blind spot motorcycle accidents and protect yourself on the road. #1: Stay Out of the Blind Spot The best way to avoid blind spot motorcycle accidents…
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