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Why do motorcyclists end up in car crashes?

Why do motorcycle accidents happen? One common reason is because a driver turns left in front of the motorcyclist, cutting off his or her path. Here's an example. If a driver is pulling out of a parking lot into a two-lane street, he or she must cross one lane of travel to turn left. If he or she does not see the motorcyclist or fails to recognize how fast the motorcyclist is traveling, then there is the potential for that individual to cut off the motorcyclist's path and cause a head-on collision.

You may want to consider a good settlement offer

After a car accident, you may be in a position to receive a settlement offer. When you make a claim against the other driver, his or her insurance company may offer you a settlement amount. If that settlement isn't enough, you have the right to pursue a personal injury lawsuit. Now, you have the opportunity to receive a settlement offer again, this time from the defense.

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