Motorcycle Fatalities in California

Motorcycle Fatalities in California

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has just released the statistics on fatal motor vehicle accidents for 2014. According to this report, there were 519 fatal motorcycle accidents in California in 2014, up from 352 in 2010 and 463 in 2013. This is the highest number of fatal motorcycle accidents since 2008, a year in which 560 people lost their lives in these tragic accidents. If you have lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident in California, please call Bakersfield attorney Mickey Fine at (661) 333-3333 to learn how we can help you get the justice you are due.

The most common cause of motorcycle accidents is other drivers. Motorcycles can be harder to see and new studies on brain activity suggest some drivers may not even be aware of motorcycles when they are directly in the line of vision. Some safety precautions – including loud pipes and brighter clothing – can help prevent this particular cause of accidents, but even the most caution of riders is at increased risk when sharing the road with cars and trucks.

When you lose a loved one in a fatal motorcycle accident, you may be surprised at how difficult it is to get justice. Bakersfield motorcycle accident attorney Mickey Fine is here to help. Working individually with your family, Attorney Fine is prepared to take your case as far as needed to help secure for you every penny you are due.

If you are in need of a motorcycle accident attorney in California, please contact the Law Offices of Mickey Fine to schedule a free consultation today. We maintain offices in Bakersfield.

Motorcycle Accident
by Mickey Fine Law
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