Motorcycle Accident

Who Pays Your Medical Bills When You’re Injured in an Uber?

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In July, an Uber driver in an SUV jumped a curb in Chelsea, New York and hit two pedestrians before crashing into a cell phone store. Four people were injured in the crash, and the driver, 43-year-old Amir Saleemi of Edison, New Jersey, was arrested for driving with a suspended license. This accident highlights the …

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5 Questions You Should Ask Your Motorcycle Accident Attorney

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Motorcycles lack the protection and safety features found in regular motor vehicles. This lack of protection puts motorcyclists at an increased risk for sustaining serious, and often fatal, injuries in a crash. In fact, in 2016 alone, nearly 5,000 motorcyclists lost their lives in tragic motorcycle accidents. Even in accidents that occur at low speeds, …

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10 Motorcycle Accident Prevention Tips to Keep You Safer on New Jersey Highways

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While motorcycles are a quick and convenient way to travel, the risk of a collision is much higher. In fact, according to a recent Forbes article, traffic accidents result in fatalities a whopping 28 times more often for motorcyclists than for motorists driving passenger vehicles. Sadly, almost 5,000 motorcyclists were killed in traffic collisions in 2017 …

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Determining Who Is Liable for Your Motorcycle Accident in New Jersey

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Motorcyclists are much more likely to suffer major harm during a collision with other vehicles or objects. In fact, motorcyclists are 28 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a motor vehicle crash, and five times more likely to suffer serious injuries. According to New Jersey officials, between 2012 and 2016, 12,000 …

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Is Lane Splitting Legal in New Jersey?

Is Lane Splitting Legal In New Jersey

Lane splitting, while often viewed as unsafe by other drivers, is a maneuver that can help motorcycle drivers avoid rear-end crashes caused by sudden traffic backups. Being in bumper-to-bumper traffic is more dangerous for motorcyclists than those in standard vehicles, so evading traffic is one way motorcyclists can protect themselves. As a motorcyclist, you should …

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