Category: Motorcycle Accidents
Experts report nearly 75 percent of motorcycle accidents involve a collision with another vehicle.
When drivers of other vehicles fail to exercise due care, serious injuries and fatalities to motorcycle riders are more likely to occur.
When motorcyclists are injured in an accident, their lives change. The injuries they incur may include traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and thorax injuries, in addition to broken bones, sprains, and other internal injuries.
When drivers fail to exercise due care, motorcycle riders are likely to suffer serious injuries and fatalities.
Because of their size, motorcycles are very vulnerable when they are in accidents. They are particularly vulnerable when involved in blind-spot accidents, sometimes referred to as no-zone accidents.
A Fort Myers motorcycle accident attorney at Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. says one of the most prevalent injuries motorcyclists may incur after being in an accident is a head injury.
The National Safety Council (NSC) says driving after dark is risky. It claims, “Traffic death rates are three times greater at night than during the day.”
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Motorcycle accidents can happen anytime at any location. However, there are some locations that are more prone to dangerous situations.
With year-round sunshine and great weather, native Floridians and tourists take advantage of the great outdoors as much as possible. This means an increasing number of motorcyclists are riding around on our busy roads, highways, and freeways. Regrettably, Florida is home to the most motorcycle accidents in the country, and the state is consistently ranked as having the highest number of motorcycle mortalities.