According to statistics, motorcycle accidents happen frequently. With over 50,000 motorcycle accident injuries each year in the U.S., even the most alert and safety prone riders might end up injured in a motorcycle accident. This is something every motorcycle rider wants to avoid — lying on the asphalt, disoriented and wondering how or why this motorcycle crash happened.Our motorcycle accident attorneys share the Boy Scouts’ philosophy of always being prepared. While you may not be able to prevent every motorcycle crash, you can have a contingency plan for such an occasion. So if the unthinkable occurs and you do get into a motorcycle crash, here are some helpful tips to guide you after.
Some articles that can help you prevent a crash, minimize your injuries or prepare you for after a crash.
- Motorcycle Accident Checklist
- Motorcycle Accident Statistics
- Most Popular Motorcycles
- Motorcycle Helmets
- Body Armor
A quick reference for some laws as well as treatment options.
- California’s Motorcycle Laws
- Motorcycle Laws by State
- Motorcycle Insurance Resources
- Medical Treatment Resources
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The odds are stacked against you in personal injury law. Insurance companies only have to pay out one settlement at the end of your claim, and you could be left to pay the rest of the bill if all expenses aren’t covered. Insurance companies know all the tricks and will produce a small initial settlement. If you don’t know your legal rights, how can you expect to receive a fair and just settlement?Michael Pines was once an insurance company attorney, so he knows how the other side thinks. His insider knowledge became the foundation of this law firm. Since 1992, our attorneys have recovered millions on behalf of clients in San Diego, so let us help you with your case.Call our bilingual law offices at 1-858-551-2090 for a FREE Consultation with an experienced motorcycle accident attorney or click here to submit your case for a FREE Online Review. Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you owe nothing until we win your case.