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Motorcyclist seriously injured in Connecticut crash

During the warm months, motorists in Connecticut are used to traveling with motorcyclists on the roadways. While this is a common experience, this does not always mean that drivers are at ease traveling by such a small vehicle. If a driver fails to take in their surroundings and acknowledges that a motorcycle is traveling nearby or a motorist misjudges the speed and distance of an oncoming motorcyclist, this could mean a serious and even tragic motorcycle crash.

Helping you take action following a motorcycle accident

During the warm months, Connecticut residents tend to spend more time outside. For some, this means parking their car and using a motorcycle to get to destinations or enjoy the nice weather. While motorcycles can be an effective and efficient way to get around, it is a small vehicle that is prone to many risks and dangers. Unfortunately not all motorists look for these vehicles when making maneuvers. This form of negligence could be the result of a serious and even fatal motorcycle crash.

Keep an eye out for motorcycles as we enter spring

Although the weather outside in Connecticut this week would seem to suggest otherwise, the clocks have been pushed forward, baseball is in full swing and spring is on the horizon. The inevitable warmer weather will undoubtedly invite more people outside, whether they are hiking, playing sports or firing up their motorcycles and hitting the streets.

CT woman charged after motorcyclist's death, had prior DUIs

Motorcyclists are usually hyper-aware of their surroundings when they get on their bikes. This is because even the slightest of incidences can cause catastrophic injury to a motorcyclist. In comparison, motor-vehicle drivers do not face such a high risk of injury when involved in an accident. A group of motorcyclists got a big shock when they were driving down Connecticut's Route 63 in recent months.

Connecticut residents should always be mindful of motorcycles

Winter is here and temperatures have dropped since the mild fall we enjoyed in Connecticut. The last thing on most drivers' minds is the thought of motorcycles on the road. But, motorcyclists' passion for the road sometimes cannot be stopped by cold weather. There are always a few passionate souls out there on two wheels no matter what the temperature is.

Tips that can help prevent a summertime motorcycle accident

Statistics indicate that there are far more motorcycles on the road during the summer months than at any other time of the year. However, the warm weather can also mean an increased chance for an accident. But, there are tips motorcyclists can follow in order to reduce their chance of a motorcycle collision during the summer.

Motorcycle accident statistics show fewer deaths in Connecticut

Keeping track of the statistics of how often a motorcycle accident occurs can be beneficial when trying to determine how and why they happen and preventing them. Recent studies have shown that while the number of people killed in a fatal motorcycle crash rose from 2014 to 2015, Connecticut was one of the states across the nation that had a reduction in the number of deaths. This information comes from preliminary data. This research states that there were more than 5,000 people who died in a motorcycle accident in 2015. That is an increase of around 450 from the prior year. In Connecticut, however, the number fell to 45 - a decrease of nine.

Motorbike driver killed after collision with small truck

Motorbikes are designed for speed and speed only. Lacking many of the accessories of traditional motorcycles, these race style bikes are not designed to withstand an impact from a truck or automobile. However, certain circumstances can still bring these two types of vehicles close to each other. Unfortunately, a recent incident between a motorbike and a light truck has cost a Connecticut man his life.

Connecticut police end month of distracted driving crackdown

A distracted driver may not think that he or she is doing anything wrong, but any type of activity that prevents someone from totally focusing on the road is inherently dangerous. Distracted driving has led to countless motorcycle and automobile accidents throughout the state, and these crashes have resulted in motorists' deaths and passengers and drivers who wind up being seriously injured. Recently, Connecticut police departments have completed a month-long crackdown that they hope will raise the public's awareness about this important issue.

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