With fall in full swing, the motorcycle season is coming to a close. For many motorcyclists, that means hitting the road while the weather cooperates. But, unfortunately, some of these cruises will not end well. Take, for example, a recent motorcycle accident on the West Seattle Bridge.
Driving a motorcycle can be a rush. But it can also be dangerous. Too often other vehicles do not see motorcycles as they stop, turn or change lanes. And that can mean serious injuries or even death. When a negligent driver doesn't see you, do you know your rights?
Walking can be great exercise. But walking near roads can have unintended consequences - like getting struck by a car or truck. These pedestrian accidents can cause serious injuries or even death. If so, Washingtonians may want to file a lawsuit.
Most Washingtonians choose to drink and drive responsibly. But some slip up, often more than once. When they do, they risk the health and, indeed, lives of those who share the road with them. Consider a recent car accident in which a suspected drunk driver flew past a road block, slamming into a police car.
Motorcycles are fun. But they are also dangerous. Often these dangers are predictable, even common. That predictability offers opportunity for Washingtonians to avoid motorcycle accidents before they pop up. To learn more, keep reading.