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Do other cars pose a danger to motorcyclists?

Louisiana motorcyclists understand that the road can be a dangerous place for them. Unfortunately, odds can be stacked against you when you get into an accident. McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton, injury attorneys, are here to help you obtain compensation if your right of way has been violated.

As a motorcyclist, other vehicles are one of the biggest dangers that you will face on the road. This is due in part to the fact that they’re bigger, faster, and have more protection than you do. In a collision, the motorcycle almost always gets the short end of the stick. Even if you wear a helmet and all of the proper padding, you could still face some hefty injuries if you get into a crash with a truck or van. Even smaller cars can cause big damage.

Unfortunately, other motorists also tend to violate a motorcycle’s right of way, contributing to a major cause of motorcycle crashes. This could be because motorcycles are small and fast, dodging into a car’s blind spot before the driver can see them. Often times, this can lead to a car pulling out in front of you, turning into you, or merging into your lane without realizing that you’re there.

If you have been left to deal with the painful aftermath of a motor vehicle accident, you may want to click the link here. It will guide you to our web page on motorcycle accidents and other related matters, providing you with insight and information that can be used to fight for your case.

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