I was rear-ended in a motorcycle accident. What should you do?

Rear-end collisions happen every day in the U.S. But when a motorcycle is involved, the chances of injury are much greater. A rear-end motorcycle accident can cause permanent injuries, serious head injuries, or even death to motorcycle riders. If you are a motorcyclist and you have been injured in a rear-end collision, you should speak with an attorney immediately. The longer you wait to get help on your case, the harder your case becomes to win. Memories fade and evidence can disappear. You may also miss certain legal filing deadlines.

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I was injured as a passenger on a motorcycle in an accident in Atlanta. What legal steps should I take?

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident as a passenger, you are a victim no matter whether another driver or the motorcycle driver is at fault for the accident. A passenger on a motorcycle has no control of the situation and is helpless to prevent an accident. While many accidents occur due to the negligence of drivers on the road, a passenger on a motorcycle who is injured has a right to be compensated for his or her injuries.

Motorcycle accidents may occur involving multiple vehicles, or they may be single vehicle accidents. Some accidents are caused by other vehicles, while others are caused by the recklessness of the motorcycle driver.

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