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Car Accident Lawyer – Strategies to Find a Good Attorney

There is nothing worse than a car accident but there is one more thing which is even worse and it is getting into a case and inability to find a Personal Injury Lawyer in Los Angeles CA who could help with the right amount of claim. Though there are thousands of options which you can […]

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Wrongful Death Motorcycle Accidents (Part B)

Pain and suffering. This includes the emotional pain that arises from the loss of companionship, guidance, and comfort. Loss of future income Medical treatment and hospitalization expenses Funeral Expenses Punitive damages. These are designed to punish the responsible driver for disregarding the safety of your loved one. Coping with Your Loss After losing a loved one, it […]

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Wrongful Death Motorcycle Accidents (Part A)

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Motorcycle Accident Facts   An estimated 70% of motorcycle collisions are caused by the negligence of an automobile driver failing to see a motorcyclist. Motorcyclists also are 35 times more likely to die in an accident than occupants of a car. There were 5,037 motorcyclist fatalities in 2007, a disproportionately large percentage (12%) of overall traffic fatalities. The pain […]

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Motorcycle Accident Injuries (Part B)

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Head Injuries Head injuries  following a motorcycle accident (which include mild head trauma and traumatic brain injuries) can result in: skull fractures, internal bleeding, concussions, and brain damage Signs that a motorcyclist may have sustained a head injury include: headaches, loss of consciousness, blurred vision, and vomiting Additionally, traumatic brain injuries may lead to: seizures, […]

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Virginia Motorcycle Accidents and Personal Injury Lawsuits (Part B)

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Contributory Negligence and Virginia Law Contributory negligence asserts that in order to pursue a civil lawsuit against a defendant, the plaintiff’s own negligence must not have contributed to the cause of the accident or injury. This means that your chances of winning a personal injury lawsuit depend greatly upon your own role in the motorcycle accident. […]

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Virginia Motorcycle Accidents and Personal Injury Lawsuits (Part A)

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If you have been the victim of a Virginia motorcycle accident, you probably have some questions and concerns about your legal rights and how to address basic – but critical – issues, such as how to pay your medical bills and the steps to take in order to recover from your serious accident injuries. If you believe that another driver’s […]

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Causes of Virginia Motorcycle Accidents (Part B)

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Other Drivers Endanger Motorcyclists The NHTSA, in an effort to raise awareness of the safety concerns for motorcycle operators, uses its “Share the Road” campaign to educate the public about the need for all vehicle operators to recognize cyclists’ rights. According to the organization’s findings, about one-half of motorcycle accidents involve another vehicle. An astounding 40% of those […]

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Causes of Virginia Motorcycle Accidents (Part A)

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Despite this motorcycle license requirement, the National Highway Traffic Safety Commission (NHTSC) reports that: Statistics show the total number of traffic fatalities on a national basis has actually decreased BUT  In 2008, motorcycle accident fatality rates increased for the eleventh year in a row.  Why are motorcyclists at an increased risk for suffering fatal accident injuries in Virginia and across […]

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