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6 Things You Need to Know If You’ve Been in a Motorcycle Accident

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What Should You Do After A Motorcycle Accident? There is nothing more exciting than hitting the road on your motorcycle for a nice long road trip. In fact, it’s even more therapeutic on a beautiful spring day. Unfortunately, one of the most devastating things that can happen to you on the road is an accident. In most cases, bodily injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident can be severe, …

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How Common Are Motorcycle Crashes in Florida?

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When someone is involved in a car collision, there is a possibility that they will sustain some sort of injury. When there is a serious motorcycle crash, injuries are almost a certainty. Motorcyclists are not afforded the same protections as drivers of passenger vehicles. There are no metal frames or seat belts to protect them or keep them from being ejected from the motorcycle. Unfortunately, Florida is one …

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8 Motorcycle Visibility Tips

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Florida’s sunshine makes it a great place to ride motorcycles. However, because there are so many motorcyclists in our state, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that we also have the most motorcycle fatalities in the nation. Although motorcyclists account for only seven percent of Florida motorists, 19 percent of all fatal accidents involve a motorcycle. Many of these accidents involve other drivers who failed to …

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Motorcycle Safety Tips to Gear Up for the Summer Riding Season

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As the summer riding season approaches, more motorcycles will be seen on roads throughout the US. Even in warm-weather states like Florida, many riders store their motorcycles or ride more frequently in the spring and summer seasons. With more daylight, good visibility for riding extends late into the evening in the summer. However, visibility is reduced drastically at dusk and the summer season also brings consistent, heavy rains …

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Common Types of Motorcycle and Bicycle Accident Injuries

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Motorcycle and bicycle accidents can involve abrupt collisions and potentially severe injuries to the rider. Even though motorcycles are faster and more powerful, a bicycle accident can be equally as devastating. A cyclist may crash or be struck by a motor vehicle while riding under 5 mph and can still sustain catastrophic, life-threatening injury. Wearing a motorcycle helmet reduces the rider’s probability of suffering a traumatic brain injury …

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Causes of Motorcycle Accidents and Statistics

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In the US, motorcycle accident fatalities have increased on average over the past decade, while fatalities in passenger-vehicle accidents have decreased. In 2012, the state of Florida ranked as the third highest state in the US for motorcycle accident fatalities. The US Department of Transportation and motorcycle safety experts feel that ramped-up, persistent efforts are necessary to increase motorcycle awareness and teach riders proper defensive riding tactics in …

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2 Fatal Motorcycle Accidents at Daytona Bike Week

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A motorcyclist from New York who traveled to Daytona to attend the Bike Week 2014 passed away in a local hospital after his motorcycle collided with an automobile. The fatal motorcycle crash marked the second accident related fatality reported in either Volusia or Flagler counties during this year’s bike week, which kicked off on Friday, March 7th. The motorcyclist was Christopher M. Converse, age 58, of Warrensburg, New York. Converse …

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