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Motorcycle Race Accident Lawyer Compensation

LAWYER HELPLINE: 855 804 7125

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Our motorcycle race accident lawyers in Canada offer expertise that is second to none. If one of our motorcycle race accident lawyers represents you in your personal injury compensation claim you may rest assured that your case will be dealt with in an efficient, business like manner. If you would like to talk to a motorcycle racing lawyer, just make contact and a lawyer who deals exclusively in personal injury compensation claims will give you advice at no cost on your motorcycling injury with no further obligation.

Motorcycling

Most people inherently understand that there are risks involved with driving a motorcycle. The special gear and accessories can help to minimize the risk of serious injury, but obviously there is nothing foolproof to protect a driver that is involved in a serious accident. Let’s face it, when you are riding on a motorcycle, you are in essence, your own bumper.

In Canada, motorcycle accidents are on the rise, and so are the incidents of serious injuries and death associated with them. The victims of these incidents aren’t necessarily the segment of the population that one would expect; in fact there are several myths that persist in the public’s mind that are being proven false.

According to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) the age groups with the highest rate of fatality between the years of 2008 to August 2014 are in the 45-54 year group. The second highest rate is in the 55-64 year age group. This is a huge conflict with the popular belief that it is the younger, inexperienced drivers that are involved in fatal accidents. Another popular myth that is being dispelled by the statistics is that the motorcycle driver is doing something wrong at the time of the accident. In reality, almost half of the drivers were shown to be operating their motorcycle within the confines of the law.

While these facts and figures are disturbing ones, there are still safety measures that those who love the sport can apply in order to decrease the risks. Always using safety helmets, maintaining safe speeds and distances from other vehicles, not weaving through traffic jams, not driving on the shoulder of the road, and avoiding wet or icy surfaces when possible will all help to minimize the dangers of travelling on the open road.

Staying safe and avoiding accidents on the road while driving a motorcycle can be a challenge for many motorcyclists. Motorcyclists are exposed to the elements such as wind, rain, and debris that can kick up when driving on the roads. In addition motorcyclists can be greatly impacted by slippery conditions, which can reduce traction and cause a motorcyclist to lose control of the motorcycle. Motorcyclists also are difficult for other drivers to spot because they are small vehicles; wearing a reflective vest will help.

Even if you do not own or drive a motorcycle you will most likely encounter motorcyclists on the roads. According to the Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics compiled in the year 2009 there was about 595,000 licensed motorcycles and licensed drivers in Canada. This is a significant amount of motorcyclists and other drivers must be aware of motorcyclists on the road and the limitations that motorcyclists have. Some of the limitations that motorcyclists have are the need for additional braking time on certain surfaces, the need to swerve in the opposite direction when turning which may confuse other drivers and their reduced visibility at night.

Motorcyclists account for about 8.8% of all fatalities in traffic accidents on the road according to the Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics for 2009. The total number of deaths in Canada involving motorcycles has decreased in the past few years, but motorcycling continues to remain a high risk category for serious injuries such as brain trauma.

Motorcycle Race Accident Lawyers

When you’re involved in a motorcycle race accident, no matter who is at fault, the last thing you want to think about is legal action to recover damages. However, after the dust has settled and the expenses start to add up, your best hope of resolving the issue is to hire a professional, knowledgeable motorcycle race accident lawyer. Our team of tested lawyers have years of experience negotiating with non-bending insurance companies, who are more interested in their profits and stockholders than the people that have been paying faithfully premiums.

Keep in mind that bringing a lawsuit is not always required to retrieve the maximum amount of a settlement from your claim. Please be advised that it is never advisable to accept an offer from an insurance company without consulting a personal injury lawyer.

A good lawyer with an excellent reputation as a determined negotiator with courtroom experience can be a valuable asset inasmuch as 90 percent of personal injury cases are not heard in court, but settled during negotiations. The prestige of being a winner in the courtroom has its advantages, and one is that insurance companies do not want to take a claim to court.

Call or email us today, setup an appointment and get the facts.

LAWYER HELPLINE: 855 804 7125

mail@accident-lawyers.ca