Florida’s lax laws shouldn’t lull riders into a sense of false security that they need not wear a helmet.Read More Florida Doesn’t Require Helmets, That Doesn’t Mean Riders Shouldn’t Wear Them
The best advice we can ever receive is from those who have more experience than we do. When purchasing a motorcycle for the first time, one cannot call themselves an expert, and therefore does not have the same experience in road safety and accident prevention that those who have been on the road for many years do. It’s important to heed advice from sources with insight such as those who prefer to use a motorcycle in place of a car most of the time, as well as motorcycle mechanics, reputable salespeople, and through doing your own research via online forums where bikers gather to discuss their hobby amongst themselves.Read More How Do Experienced Riders Prevent Motorcycle Accidents?
If you love motorcycles and the open road, you’ll already be familiar with the insurance coverage necessary to take your weekend ride safely. It’s always a good thing to refresh your memory, too! For those new riders that are less familiar with everything that comes along with that beautiful new Harley, Indian, Triumph, or Honda, it’s important to fully understand the rules of the road as well as the insurance policies available to you for a safer, less expensive ride. Educating oneself doesn’t stop after learning to ride that brand-new bike.Read More Motorcycle Insurance 101: Coverage Before Cruising
In Part 2 of our series of articles on traumatic brain injuries as they pertain to the area of personal injury law, we will now begin to explore how diagnosis is made and more extensive symptoms of TBI.Read More Motorcycle Accidents and Their Impact on the Brain, Part 2
In general, road accidents are one of the leading cause of fatal injuries in the United States. Specifically, motorcycle accidents are among the most dangerous of all road-related injuries sustained by Americans every day, in large part because of the sudden damage to the brain caused by a blow to the skull, which is not protected by a vehicle when it comes in contact with the road.Read More Motorcycle Accidents and Their Impact on the Brain, Part 1