Category: Motorcycle Accidents
Everyone knows that a red traffic light means for vehicles to stop. Even so, some drivers do not stop, and the results can be disastrous.
If you are injured in a vehicle accident, you may be able to receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and related expenses from either your vehicle insurance company or the other driver’s insurance company, depending on who was at fault.
If you are involved in an accident in Florida, there are things you should not do following a vehicle accident.
When collisions happen, motorcyclists have a greater risk of serious injury or death because they have little protection and no safety belts.
Medical treatment happens before motorcycle accident cases are concluded. When these accidents occur and treatment is given, who pays the medical expenses of the injured motorcyclist?
An April 22, 2017 Arkansas news story reported on Fox2 Now and carried nationally showed an EMT being a Good Samaritan when a 4-year-old girl fell out of the back of a church bus into the middle of a heavily trafficked road. A dash camera caught the heroic action. This story reminds us of the importance of Good Samaritan laws.
As everyone knows, being in a vehicle accident is a traumatic event. When the initial shock wears off, victims are confronted with many issues such as medical problems, repairs, insurance companies, police reports and maybe even traffic court. Common sense may say that seeking medical advice from a physician should be done to get checked out and make sure there are no injuries.
Many drivers drive safely with concern for others. However, there are those who are referred to using various names such as lead foot, hot dogger, road hog, tailgater, and lane hopper.
With their numerous parts, should motorcycles have a defect in any one of them a rider can lose control, have an accident and sustain serious injury.
Crash reports and injury statistics have long been important outcome variables in the study of motorcyclists and the success of the training they receive. Yet, for many researchers, these indicators have not been an adequate indicator of success.