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How distracted drivers cause dangerous motorcycle accidents

Dangerous accidents between motorcycles and larger vehicles are an unfortunate reality for residents in Avondale and throughout the state of Arizona. However, many motorcycle accidents that may result in serious injuries can be prevented by drivers who operate their vehicles responsibly and cautiously around motorcyclists.

How negligence can cause motorcycle accidents

Failing to check a blind spot, changing lanes without using a turn signal and reading text messages while driving are all examples of irresponsible driving habits. Negligence can be defined as the failure of a person to use reasonable care given the circumstances they many encounter. A driver that causes an accident by failing to follow the rules of the road or allowing distractions to obscure their focus can be found negligent in court.

There are many scenarios in which negligent driving can result in a motorcycle accident. A negligent driver may hit a motorcyclist by driving unpredictably or failing to properly observe their surroundings as they turn or change lanes. In some cases, drivers simply don’t pay close enough attention to the road, causing them to overlook a nearby motorcyclist until it’s too late.

Compensation for losses from motorcycle accidents

Motorcyclists who suffer injuries as a result of an accident may be able to file a personal injury claim. If you have suffered financial or personal losses due to the negligence of a driver, you may be able to seek compensation for your damages in court and begin moving on from your accident. Contact a personal injury attorney to learn more about your best path forward.


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