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  • One Major Issue Stemming from a Fatal Motorcycle Accident Case
    One Major Issue Stemming from a Fatal Motorcycle Accident Case

    It is always a tragedy when someone dies in a motorcycle accident. Often, these tragedies occur because a car was involved too, and the driver acted irresponsibly in some way. For example, the driver ...

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  • Severe Injuries Are Common for Older Motorcyclists
    Severe Injuries Are Common for Older Motorcyclists

    Everyone who rides a motorcycle is vulnerable to sustaining injuries in the event of an accident, no matter if the rider is 20 years of age or 60-plus. However, research shows that the average age of ...

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  • Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
    Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

    Every time you ride your motorcycle, you assume some level of risk, and this is true even if you always wear protective gear and consistently follow the rules of the road. Because there is so little ...

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  • Senior Motorcyclists May Sustain Age-Related Injuries
    Senior Motorcyclists May Sustain Age-Related Injuries

    The sight of a senior citizen in black leathers happily guiding a Harley down the highway is an inspiration. At the very least, it shows that the so-called "golden years" need not be boring. However, ...

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  • Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries to Avoid
    Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries to Avoid

    Many seasoned and novice motorcycle riders believe that they have nothing to fear when they hit the streets. However, the number of bikers killed in motorcycle crashes in California and across the ...

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  • Motorcycle Accidents: Why Should You Wear a Helmet?
    Motorcycle Accidents: Why Should You Wear a Helmet?

    You may prefer to ride your motorcycle instead of driving a car in California. Because motorcycles do not offer the same protections as passenger vehicles, the law requires you and your passengers to ...

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