Generally, motorcycle accident injuries result in far greater injuries than auto accident injuries. In fact, motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to die in an accident than are people in cars. Like automobile drivers and passengers, motorcyclists who are injured by the negligence of another are entitled to compensation for their injuries. However, motorcycle cases can be quite different from an automobile versus automobile accident case. Your attorney should be familiar with California’s motorcycle specific traffic laws, such as those involving “lane splitting,” daytime headlight use and helmet requirements.
For motorcycle safety information, please see the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s “Motorcycle Safety” information website at:
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