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06 | Jul
06 July 2016 By James Johnson

NHTSA to Crack Down on Novelty Motorcycle Helmets Sold as Safety Gear

Nearly 5,000 motorcyclists were killed in 2013 collisions, but many of them could have lived if it were not for their poorly constructed helmets, according to a press release by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). “Motorcycle rider deaths are disproportionally high. Our nation lost 4,668 motorcyclists in 2013 alone and protective helmets could […]

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06 | Jul
06 July 2016 By James Johnson

Orange County Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents are violent. Riders not only endure some of the most serious injuries in a crash, but they are more likely to die than drivers or occupants of other types of vehicles. Additionally, most motorcycle accidents are rarely considered minor because riders are typically thrown off the bike in a crash and they have […]

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30 | Jun
30 June 2016 By James Johnson

MOPED ACCIDENTS: Liability and Personal Injury Claims in California

There are many ways to get around in California, but riding a moped is a fun and inexpensive way to travel for many people especially students and young people. There are many advantages to riding a moped or scooter including the cost of gas, parking availability, lower insurance rates and registration fees as well as […]

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23 | Jun
23 June 2016 By James Johnson

Huntington Beach Motorcycle Accident

Riding a motorcycle is dangerous even for the most seasoned riders. Indeed, one of the biggest fears motorcyclists have is that another driver may suddenly pull out in front of them and cause a serious injury or fatal crash. Sharing the road with larger vehicles is certainly a problem for motorcyclists who are often treated […]

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