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Hi, I'm Paul McCallum from the doctor lawyer Team. Today I'm going to talk to you about the primary reasons that motorcycle accidents occur. The doctor lawyer team has a personal injury firm devoted to helping clients navigate the insurance process after they've been involved in a car, truck or motorcycle accident.
There are three primary reasons that motorcycle accidents occur. First and foremost, head on collisions. And that is, you guessed it distracted drivers. Distracted drivers go in or don't go down and they swerve to the left because they're not paying attention. They're texting or talking on the phone. They swerve over and they cause an accident frequently with motorcyclists because you're not easy to see ,so that doesn't catch their attention to get back into the lane.
The next most common occurrence is when cars are making left hand turns. That is they don't see you coming on straight ahead, or they don't see you coming from the left. So when cars are making left hand turns this is the next most frequent time that motorcycle accidents occur.
And the next most common occurrence is when there's Lane shifting going on blind spots, and it's easier for motorcycles to be lost in some of these blind spots because again, it's just a smaller, smaller vehicle with a smaller amount of space that you're taking up. So stay safe out there and be careful.
If you are in an accident. Call 911 Call a personal injury attorney. Call the number on the screen below. We'd be happy to help you. We're built differently. Join the team.
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