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Motorcycle Accident Statistics from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System

The U.S. Department of Transportation commissioned a study by Fatality Analysis Reporting System to analyze motorcycle accidents and fatalities. The results were alarming. Some of the findings were:

  • Many of the riders who die in a motorcycle accident are over 40
  • Many of the fatal accidents happen on rural roads
  • 50% of the fatalities happen because the operator has difficulty negotiating a curve
  • Alcohol is a major factor in many motorcycle accident fatalities
  • A majority of the accidents happen on undivided highways
  • About 60% of fatal motorcycle accidents happen at nighttime
  • Less than half the riders who are killed were wearing a helmet
  • About 1/3 of the operators did not have a proper motorcycle license

Contact a Norfolk Motorcycle Accident Lawyer to Learn More

Whether you were injured in a motorcycle accident, a truck accident, or a car accident, Norfolk motorcycle accident lawyer Joe Miller at Joe Miller Law, knows what it takes to effectively represent your rights and interests. With 25 years of experience representing accident victims, he knows what it takes to aggressively pursue the compensation you need from the person or entity responsible for your accident. Learn more about what he can do to help you by calling (888) 694-1671 today.

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