Most motorcycle accidents are the fault of negligent and careless drivers and result in catastrophic, life-threatening injuries to the biker. Yet, many drivers will try to defend themselves by shifting the blame to the motorcyclist. For these reasons, the top priority of our West Virginia law firm is to protect the rights of our clients injured in motorcycle wrecks and obtain the maximum compensation they deserve.
With warmer temperatures coming on, more West Virginia motorcyclists will be hitting the roads. As ridership increases, two- and four-wheel drivers need to be aware of each other. This can cut down on the number of injuries and fatalities that often result from motorcycle accidents.
Riding motorcycles can be dangerous pastime for West Virginians, but a clear field of vision and powerful braking systems can help prevent accidents. Nonetheless, some types of motorcycle accidents are more common than others. Experts believe that education about the types of motorcycle accidents that commonly occur is the best way to prevent an accident in the future.
Many avid motorcyclists are familiar with West Virginia's helmet laws. But if you are new to the bike, you may be wondering what you need to do to comply with the law. In today's post, we'll help you understand what the law is and how to follow it.
Motorcycle accidents and fatalities are still very much a problem in West Virginia. Even though the state tends to have a lower number of deaths than some other states, the fact of the matter is that there are still people killed on the roadways every single year.
If you're a motorcycle enthusiast, you've probably noticed that motorcycling is growing ever more popular in the U.S. West Virginia's roads are spectacular for riding, but that doesn't mean you don't have to drive carefully -- and there may be more issues to watch out for than usual.
Motorcyclists have to deal with unsavory road conditions on nearly every trip. From road debris to inattentive drivers, riders can find themselves in danger at every turn. Due to the lack of safety equipment, bikers need to remain constantly aware of their surroundings to prevent serious accidents.