Motorcycle Accidents in the Bay Area
Get Help from a Bay Area Car Accident Lawyer
Motorcycles may be a small, efficient, and space-saving way to get around
crowded areas, including the tight streets of San Francisco. However,
motorcycles also present a far bigger danger to their drivers than cars
do. Unlike automobiles, motorcycles do not surround riders with thousands
of pounds of impact-absorbing metal designed to prevent injuries in the
event of a collision.
Motorcycle accidents result in far more serious injuries than collisions
between regular cars. In many cases motorists are not aware of the presence
of a motorcyclist due to their small size and the ease with which they
can slip into a driver’s blind spot. It is important for all riders
to be aware of the road around them to help avoid accidents, and to contact
a Bay Area car accident attorney in the event they are in an accident.
Cardoza Law Offices, Inc. have assisted many clients with the injuries their
car accidents have left them with This may include obtaining compensation for medical
bills, rehabilitation, bereavement, trauma, lost income and more. Our
Walnut Creek attorneys are familiar with the fine details of California’s
negligence and personal injury laws, and can provide you with top-rated
representation that understands your needs after an accident.
Contact the Cardoza Law Offices, Inc. and secure our top-rated representation for your case today.
Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents can be caused by a wide variety of road hazards, many
of which may not be an issue for a regular car. It is important for both
motorcyclists and drivers who share the road to constantly be on the lookout
for these dangers for each other as well as themselves to help avoid an accident.
Motorcycle accidents can be caused by:
- Lack of visibility
- Sudden lane changes/”cutting-off”
- Poor road conditions
- Bad weather
- Failure to properly signal
If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, don’t hesitate. Call
the Cardoza Law Offices, Inc. at 925.274.2900 and request a
free consultation today.