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Attorneys help North Carolina motorcycle accident victims


Any North Carolina resident who has ridden a motorcycle for any length of time probably has a tale or two of a close brush with death. Despite the freedom and sense of adventure they offer riders, motorcycles also hold out the possibility of injury and death because they provide little in the way of protection to riders.

Motorcyclist killed in Raleigh after collision with pickup truck


Motorcyclists in Raleigh, North Carolina, understand that the consequences of being involved in an accident while on a motorcycle can be severe. In order to counter those risks, motorcyclists take a number of safety precautions but still, every now and then, a motorcyclist is injured or killed in an accident. One such fatal accident recently occurred in Raleigh.

How can North Carolina motorcyclists avoid crashes?


When a motorcyclist is involved in an accident with a bigger vehicle, the risks of injuries and fatalities are increased; as a result, taking all possible precautions while riding a motorcycle is extremely important. In order to help motorcyclists throughout the state, the North Carolina Department of Transportation has issued a Motorcyclists' Handbook that not only tells a rider how to avert crashes, but also provides plenty of other information that can be useful in a number of situations.

Hit-and-run driver surrenders to police in North Carolina


Residents of Wake County, North Carolina, know that fleeing the scene of a motor accident can have serious consequences, possibly including a prison sentence for the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run case. It may also lead to a permanent criminal record.

Can a helmet help a motorcyclist minimize accident injury?


For decades, motorcycle helmet use has been emphasized in North Carolina and around the county. It is recommended by state and safety officials that every biker wear a helmet while riding a bike to minimize injuries when involved in a crash. However, sometimes a biker prefers not to wear a helmet for short distances or for convenience; but, a rider should always keep in mind that accidents can happen anytime and anywhere.

How can a motorcycle accident be prevented?


Due to the unique nature of a motorcycle and its rider, there are a variety of causes of motorcycle accidents. A motorcycle may give the rider freedom unavailable to car drivers, but the dangers motorcycle riders have to encounter are not the same as other vehicles.

Woman charged after fatal motorcycle accident in North Carolina

Motorcycle crashes are often caused by the negligence of other drivers. This negligence can take the shape of excessive speeding, failure to maintain control of one's vehicle, general unawareness on the road or failure to yield, among other reasons.

Motorcycle accident injures army veteran and his friend


Reckless driving on the roads continues to be a threat in North Carolina. Through various methods, officials remind drivers to drive safely and watch out for others on the roads. However, some drivers still drive negligently. After an accident, some drivers do not even stay at the scene. Negligent driving may cause pedestrians, motorcyclists or occupants of vehicles to suffer, as a recent motorcycle accident indicates.

Woman charged after fatal motorcycle accident in North Carolina


Despite the fact that accidents may cause serious injuries or death to a rider, many people enjoy riding a motorcycle. Unfortunately, North Carolina residents recently witnessed the death of a motorcyclist after he was struck by another vehicle.

Man seriously hurt in a car-motorcycle crash in North Carolina


According to statistics, motorcyclists in the United States are 35 times more likely to be involved in dangerous accidents than passengers in cars. In most motorcycle accidents, including those in the North Carolina area, a head injury is the leading cause of death. And if adequate precautions such as wearing a helmet are not taken, the rider can also suffer other serious injuries to the neck and spine. Statistics say that wearing a helmet can reduce the possibility of a crash fatality by 37 percent.

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