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What are the motorcyclist crash statistics for Florida?

Florida is home to sunny days and warm evenings, which is part of the reason why motorcyclists love to go to the state. There are interesting motorcycling events and groups that travel to the area to enjoy the beautiful beaches and scenery.

1 dead, 2 injured in Rockview, Florida, motorcycle accident

As a motorcyclist, you're careful when you're on the roads. You take the highway like other vehicles, traveling at high speeds appropriate to the area. You have to watch for potholes, gravel, and other issues on the road as well as for other drivers, and that can be difficult. Even one misstep from another driver can lead to your colliding with their vehicle without time to change your course on the highway.

Suffering from personal injuries after a crash? Get compensated

Car accidents can cause serious injuries or death in a matter of seconds. Large trucks can crush even larger-sized family vehicles and SUVs, and motorcyclists struck by any kind of vehicle can be badly injured by the crash. Maybe you had to slam on your brakes to avoid a crash but couldn't stop in time due to a driver who suddenly pulled out in front of you, or maybe you were struck by a driver who didn't see you on the road.

1 killed in Florida after motorcycle accident on U.S. 1

During the warm spring and summer months of the year, it's normal for motorcyclists to be on the roads. While most drivers are courteous to motorcyclists, not all monitor the roads well enough and could be putting motorcyclists at risk due to unsafe driving habits. In cases where a driver hasn't noticed a motorcyclist, one wrong move could prove to be fatal.

What are some statistics about accidents in Florida?

There are yearly facts and figures released by the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Department, and they can be of great help understanding the reason accidents, whether motorcycle or car accidents, take place in the state. The most recent report, which is for 2013, discusses several key facts about traffic accidents and investigations in Florida. By looking at these facts, you can get a better idea of why accidents take place and how much risk there is for you on the roads.

What are some specific road rules for motorcycles in Florida?

As a motorcyclist in Florida, there are several things you need to know about your rights on the road. For instance, if you can show that someone took advantage of your right to drive in an area and caused an accident, you may be able to show that you were in the right and then seek compensation for the driver's error.

Claim compensation for your loved one's wrongful death

After a wrongful death in Florida, your family may be at a loss. Regardless of who passed away, you now have a void in your family that won't be filled. You also have the financial impact of the death to worry about; funeral costs, home expenses and medical bills alone can total in the thousands of dollars.

Motorcycle statistics: Injuries, deaths rising in Florida

In 2012, 4,957 motorcyclists were killed on the roads. That's an increase of 7 percent from 2011. Additionally, an interesting statistic is that the use of helmets has not increased. The use of DOT-compliant helmets has remained at only 60 percent, despite the proof that they can reduce injury in the case of an accident. Helmets also reportedly do not hinder sight or hearing, which makes them vital for those on motorcycles.

How helmet laws affect your rights after an accident in Florida

Imagine getting into an accident that is someone else's fault, but then you're told that you may not be able to be compensated because you didn't wear a helmet. In Florida, you're required to wear a helmet if you're under 21 or don't have enough medical insurance; additionally, you have to wear eye protection regardless of whether or not you wear a helmet.

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