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Motorcycle Accidents

Posted On 06/22/20

What Is a No-Contact Motorcycle Accident?

A negligent or reckless driver in Arizona could cause a motorcycle accident without ever coming in contact with the motorcycle. A no-contact crash describes an accident in which a driver’s dangerous behaviors on the road force a motorcyclist to react and crash without the two vehicles touching. While it is not a collision between two vehicles, a no-contact motorcycle accident still involves two parties: the injured motorcyclist and the at-fault motorist. Obtaining compensation for a no-contact motorcycle accident can be difficult depending on the circumstances. Common Causes of No-Contact Motorcycle Accidents Determining the cause of your motorcycle accident is one of the first steps toward recovery in a fault-based state...

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Posted On 05/25/20

What Is the Average Settlement for a Motorcycle Accident?

The Grand Canyon State is a popular destination for motorcyclists. Local and visiting motorcyclists from around the country take to Arizona’s roads, trails and canyons for joyrides. Thousands of others use motorcycles for their daily commutes. Unfortunately, many motorcyclists in Arizona get into accidents each year due to negligent drivers and roadway defects. In 2018, the Arizona Department of Transportation reported 2,738 crashes involving motorcycles – 150 of which were fatal. Many motorcyclists injured in accidents are eligible for compensation via insurance settlements. The value of that settlement can depend on several factors. How to File a Motorcycle Accident Claim Arizona is a fault-based auto insurance state. After a motorcycle...

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Posted On 03/18/19

How to Crash a Motorcycle Safely

Motorcycle crashes are dangerous, and motorcycles offer their operators very little in the way of physical protection in a crash. No doors and no frame are present to absorb the force of impact, and a motorcyclist may only have seconds to react when a crash is imminent. Sometimes, instead of attempting to avoid a crash it is actually safer to attempt to control the crash, but you need to know how to crash a motorcycle safely. Understand the Risks Before even riding your motorcycle, you must acknowledge the inherent dangers of using it. A motorcycle has two wheels instead of the usual four, meaning less physical contact with the road,...

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Posted On 03/06/19

How to Prevent Phoenix Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents are incredibly dangerous for riders; a motorcycle offers very little for the rider in the way of crash protection. If you ride in Phoenix, it is crucial to avoid accidents however possible. A motorcycle accident can lead to serious injuries, expensive property damage, and possibly even permanent disabilities. A few tips from our Phoenix motorcycle accident lawyers can help you prevent motorcycle accidents in Phoenix. Take a Motorcycle Safety Class Muscle memory is important for any type of driving, and drivers and motorcyclists can be safer on the road by taking professional driving classes. You may be able to secure a motorcycle license with minimal effort, but the...

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