The Devastating Consequences Of Motorcycle Collisions

For motorcycle enthusiasts, there is nothing quite as invigorating as the thrill of the open road. Unfortunately, this thrill is often destroyed by the actions and negligence of other motorists who simply do not watch out for motorcyclists. Too often, motorcycle collisions result from the negligence of other drivers, and the consequences can be devastating for motorcyclists and their passengers. Maloney-Frost offers the following advice for motorcycle accident victims.

Common Causes Of Motorcycle Accidents

Some of the most deadly motorcycle collisions are the result of head-on collisions with other vehicles. In fact, in 78 percent of motorcycle accidents that occur with another vehicle, the motorcyclist is hit from the front. Tragically, head-on collisions with other vehicles are often fatal to motorcyclists.

Many other situations can pose significant dangers to motorcyclists as well, including:

  • Cars making left hand turns
  • Motorcycle lane splitting
  • Motorcyclists who speed or drive under the influence
  • Road hazards
  • Inclement weather

All of these situations represent real dangers to motorcyclists. Motorcycle collisions often result, and due to the vulnerability and smaller size of the motorcycle, motorcyclists often suffer the most severe consequences.

If You Have Been Injured In A Motorcycle Accident

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you need the help of a lawyer who understands the complexities and seriousness of these types of cases. Motorcycle accidents present unique challenges to victims, and these cases need to be handled by attorneys who know how to determine the full value of your losses and how to accurately represent your claim. As devastating as the consequences of a motorcycle accident can be, don’t let failing to seek the legal help you need to get just compensation be one of them. Call (251) 443-4440 today to learn more about motorcycle collisions or to make an appointment to receive a FREE consultation with an attorney from Maloney-Frost.