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The Specifics of a Typical Motorcycle Accident

Though auto accidents are tremendously dangerous, they pale in comparison with motorcycle crashes in Farmington, Utah or elsewhere. Sure, more people both own and operate automobiles, but the carnage caused when a motorcycle accident occurs is nothing short of disastrous.

Basically, few are the “fender benders” which take place out on the open road when motorcycles are involved. Not convinced? Just ask any experienced personal injury lawyer and he or she will be more than willing to talk your ear off about the dangers of operating a motorcycle.

Think about it—due to a motorcycle’s speed, small stature, relative weightlessness and inability to properly shield a rider, accidents are often tragic or—all to frequently—fatal. With that in mind, it’s important that people, regardless of whether or not they own a motorcycle, be educated as to what the typical motorcycle accident looks like. While by no means comprehensive, the following infographic is a good start:

Fusion 360 - The Specifics of a Typical Motorcycle Accident (Robert J. DeBry)

* Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons

By |2015-11-25T22:08:04-06:00November 25th, 2015|motorcycle accidents|Comments Off on The Specifics of a Typical Motorcycle Accident

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