While motorcycles account for only 2% of registered vehicles in the U.S., motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to be involved in a fatal accident than those in passenger cars, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Why? Motorcycles offer very little protection when a collision occurs. Although helmets can save lives, motorcyclists have little else to rely on should a crash occur.
Automobile drivers often believe vulnerable motorcyclists should look out for cars rather than visa versa. When drivers of cars or trucks think they own the road and fail to see motorcycles, the results are tragic. Injuries can range from minor to disabling, and even fatal. Compounding the trauma, a motorcycle accident case can be challenging because of attitudes car and truck drivers have towards motorcyclists.
If you were in an accident that was caused by negligence, you should not be left footing the bill for your injuries and property damage. You need the guidance of a knowledgeable Lubbock auto accident lawyer to make sure that your legal rights and financial future are protected.
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