Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle riders will know the feeling of riding on two wheels on the open road. Unluckily, there are many other drivers, who are distracted or do not pay attention while driving close to motor cycles, leading to serious accidents. If you were in a motorcycle accident that was caused by some other person’s negligence, you…

5 Things to Do Right after a Bike Accident

Motorcycle accidents can be very dangerous, but for people surviving one, the things they do immediately after can decide their legal situation in the weeks and months to come. It can be hard to approach events logically while simultaneously regaining your physical and mental bearing. Keeping the following things in mind can help you maintain…

The Five Elements of a Negligence Claim

When filing a personal injury lawsuit following a motorcycle accident, one would normally include at least one claim of negligence against the at-fault driver. Negligence, in the legal sense, is the failure to exercise the same level of care, which a reasonable person would have exercised under the same circumstances, or similar ones. California assigns…

Who is at Fault in a Motorcycle Accident That Involves Lane Splitting?

The practice of riding motorcycles between traffic lanes has been a hot topic of debate, particularly in Southern California, where they often split lanes in order to move past stalled traffic rows. Lane splitting was gaining acceptance across California a few years ago, with the California Highway Patrol given the responsibility to issue lane splitting…