Motorcycle accidents result in some of the most severe and dangerous injuries for a number of reasons. The obvious reason is that the motorcycle rider is not encased and belted in a car or truck. More often, the motorcyclist is hit by a car or truck. Even with the best safety equipment, a motorcycle accident or collision can cause terrible, permanent injuries and losses.
Regardless of the accident or cause, the end result should have an impact on a number of things. Of course, the victim of the crash should be able to seek justice, but it should also have an impact on the safety laws and regulations set forth in order to keep these individuals safe.
You may have seen motorcyclists riding on the highways or streets and it’s apparent that they don’t have much protection aside from the gear they are wearing. They just don’t have the protection of a metal frame making the possibility of ejection much higher.
It’s important that motorcyclists have proper safety gear such as helmets and clothing that can not only protect their heads in the event of an accident, but can keep them from suffering from road rash. This is important to the safety of the riders.
There are certain laws in place that dictate how drivers should treat motorcyclists on the road and how they should drive around them. If an accident occurs, it encourages change in order to protect everyone on the road. All drivers and motorcyclists should be provided respect on the road to ensure they are safe at all times.
Without proper laws and regulations, the severity of injuries increases and the damage sustained can be life threatening.
At The Beasley Firm, Mr. Beasley has been riding and racing motorcycles for over forty years. Our Philadelphia motorcycle accident lawyers understand how serious these types of collisions are. We protect the rights of victims in order to seek compensation on their behalf, standing by their side every step of the way.
Contact our legal team and learn how we may be able to help.
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