MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYER IN KENNESAW
ABOUT MOTORCYCLE CRASHES
Those who drive motorcycles may be at the greatest risk for injury in the event of a motor vehicle collision. This is because motorcyclists are not protected by a vehicle surrounding them. They are not buckled into a seatbelt and they do not have airbags. All they have is a helmet. This is the primary reason why many people ride motorcycles in the first place. They give the rider a sense of freedom that just isn’t present when riding in a passenger vehicle.
With the many perks that come from driving a motorcycle, there are also many risks. The primary cause for concern is that drivers of other vehicles have a tendency to not look carefully or pay close attention to these riders that they share the road with.
Because motorcycles are smaller than other vehicles, they are more difficult to see at first glance. Every driver has a blind spot. This is an area outside of their vehicle that they cannot see clearly, even when looking in rear and side mirrors. If a driver does not properly signal or change lanes, this could mean an accident.
Motorcyclists also follow some different traffic rules which allow then to travel in between lanes unlike other vehicles. This is another thing that drivers need to be on the lookout for to avoid accidents. If you were injured in an accident while riding a motorcycle, please seek the help of a skilled attorney to get compensation.
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At Jones & Swanson, we are known throughout the community and the state of Georgia for the high level of service that we provide to our clients that sets us apart from other injury firms. When you get in touch with a Kennesaw personal injury lawyer at our firm, you will be speaking with a highly skilled individual who cares about your unique situation. This is the kind of service you can trust and rely on after a motorcycle injury.
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