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Motorcycle Accidents and Head Injuries

Plenty of people appreciate the attraction of motorcycling. Across America, millions of motorcyclists cruise the streets and highways. Unlike other types of drivers, motorcyclists remain at a much higher risk of suffering serious injuries or fatality due to their limited levels of protection during a collision. One of the most common types of physical trauma faced by motorcycle drivers is head injuries. Helmets and Motorcycle Head Injuries Many motorcycle enthusiasts feel that putting on a helmet offers adequate buffering in[…] Read More

Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents can cause serious and permanent injuries for drivers and their passengers, including broken bones, paralysis, internal bleeding, concussions, and other traumatic brain injuries. Motorcycle collisions are 27 times more likely to result in death than other types of motor vehicle accidents.  By understanding the common causes of motorcycle accidents, drivers can take the steps necessary to prevent becoming another fatality. Collisions with Cars Over 40 percent of motorcycle accidents occur when a car makes a left-hand turn and[…] Read More

Motorcycle Accidents

Riding a motorcycle is a means of transportation as well as an enjoyable form of recreation. Yet, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motorcycle accident fatalities occurred 28 times more than in other motor vehicles in 2016. Motorcycle riders share the road with significantly larger and heavier vehicles, from passenger cars to trucks, heavy equipment, and tractor trailers. Motorcycle riders should practice safe driving skills and be prepared for the risks that are on roadways across the country.[…] Read More