NTSB recommends improving motorcycle safety through crash-avoidance technology, braking & stability control systems, reducing alcohol and drug use Motorcycle safety, and how we can better protect motorcycle operators and reduce the number of motorcycle crashes, is a recurring theme for this auto lawyers blog. Public safety campaigns such as “Look and See Motorcycles” and “Get …
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More helmeted motorcyclists means fewer motorcycle deaths, fewer TBIs and serious spinal cord injuries, and millions of dollars in savings for taxpayers on catastrophic medical care for injured motorcyclists
Researchers show cervical spine injury and fractures double after motorcycle accidents involving unhelmeted riders; study debunks myth that motorcycle helmet use can cause neck injuries
Study finds ‘traffic scanning errors’ make up 70% of motorcycle accidents. What can we do to make that number go down?
An injured motorcyclist’s right to uninsured motorist benefits under a car insurance bodily injury policy depends on whether the ‘other owned vehicle’ exclusion applies
New law raises endorsement fees to pay for Motorcycle Safety and Education Awareness Fund; creates ‘Look Twice — Save A Life’ motorcycle accident program
5 Michigan-specific studies show more motorcycle accident deaths and injuries among non-motorcycle helmet wearers. Were there any benefits to an all-rider helmet law repeal?
Better traffic visibility is a motor trike safety plus. But with different aerodynamics than traditional motorcycles, 3-wheelers have their own unique dangers
Don’t be too easy a rider. Here are some quick tips on how to avoid motorcycle accidents as part of Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month
Since the motorcycle helmet law was repealed, riders who crashed and didn’t wear a helmet died at twice the rate of those who did. Solution? Strap it back on