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Motorcycle Accidents

Why Is It Hard for Car Drivers to Notice Motorcyclists?

By Cleveland Personal Injury Attorney on April 30, 2024

A motorcycle rider at dusk in a parking lot with orange cones.

Cars and motorcycles are inherently different, leading to risk and safety management issues. Cars offer enclosed cabins, seat belts, and airbags, providing occupants with significant protection in a collision. In contrast, motorcycles lack such protective features, exposing riders to direct impact and potential ejection during accidents. Additionally, motorcycles are smaller and less visible than cars, increasing the likelihood of other drivers not noticing them on the road. This stark difference in safety features and visibility underscores the heightened risk motorcyclists face compared to car occupants.

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Why Motorcycles Are in Way More Accidents Than Cars

By Cleveland Personal Injury Attorney on November 15, 2023

Motorcycle on its side in the middle of the road by a car.

Motorcycles are more dangerous than cars for several reasons. They are smaller, less visible, and less stable than four-wheeled passenger vehicles. Riders are more vulnerable to weather and road hazards than occupants of enclosed vehicles. Operating a motorcycle requires different mental and physical skills than driving a car or a truck.

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