Despite increased public awareness of the prevalence of motorcycle accidents, motorcycle accidents have not decreased over the years. Highway safety experts believe this is due to an increasing epidemic of distracted drivers. Cell phones, smart phones, tablets, in-car technology, and other communications devices have made the road a much more dangerous place for motorcyclists. The quickened pace of the modern world has left many drivers severely distracted and less capable of seeing motorcyclists. Where drivers should be paying 100% of their attention to the road, they are often distracted and do not see motorcyclists.
Since the problem of distracted driving is not likely to get any better in the foreseeable future, the motorcyclist’s best approach to avoiding catastrophic injury in a motorcycle collision is to employ defensive driving. Experts advise that loud pipes and extra bright headlamps can prevent many motorcycle accidents. The most effective and basic advice is to always assume drivers do not see your motorcycle and drive defensively.
Call your Hutchinson Attorneys for Motorcycle Accidents
If you’ve been in a motorcycle accident due to somebody else’s fault, there are specific laws in Kansas that apply to your case and will affect the amount of your compensation. There’ll also probably be biases to overcome in your motorcycle accident case when it comes to an insurance company’s valuation of the case. Call your Hutchinson Kansas injury firm today at 877-768-2400 for a free consultation with advice about your claim and the case’s value!
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