Motorcycle accidents are often the result of negligent drivers, but there is another factor to consider: defective parts.
Negligent drivers are a major cause of motorcycle accidents in Pennsylvania, leading to serious collisions that can cause serious injuries.
A motorcycle accident in Pennsylvania can be devastating for a rider. Motorcyclists injured in an accident must understand their rights.
Road rash is an injury that occurs to those who are involved in an accident while riding a bicycle, motorcycle, skateboard, scooter or just walking along. Although most people can imagine that friction rash is painful, what they might not know is that it can have serious consequences. When a negligent driver or government entity was the reason for the accident injury, the injured person may be able to recover compensation.
Motorcycle safety is not a one-way street. Enjoying riding safely depends on both the motorcyclist and the motorist. Since 2020, 5,458 motorcyclist fatalities were recorded nationwide along with roughly 80,000 injured riders. With eight million motorcycles on the road nationwide, someone is paying attention. Let’s look at motorcycle statistics, rider safety protocols and drivers who pay attention to motorcyclists sharing the road with them.
Although most states require that riders wear a motorcycle helmet, Pennsylvania laws are different. Learn more about what you need to do.
Intersections can be dangerous and lead to motorcycle accidents. Learn how to stay safe when riding a motorcycle in an intersection.
Riders need to perform safety checks, ride defensively and use a helmet. Let’s look at the top eight safety tips for motorcycle safety.
Our lawyers are well-aware of a client’s need to ask questions after a motorcycle accident about the options they have going forward.
Motorcycle safety is important to every motorcyclist who calls Northwestern Pennsylvania and Erie home. Learn how to stay safe when biking.