There are many different types of motorcycle crashes. However, there are several kinds of crashes that are more likely to occur than others.
Below, our motorcycle accident attorneys in South Bend describe five of the most common types of motorcycle accidents… Read More
There are several laws governing the use of motorcycles on Indiana roadways, from laws on motorcycle licenses, headlights and other equipment to regulations on wearing a helmet while riding.
Below, our Indiana motorcycle accident attorneys review what… Read More
One of the reasons riding a motorcycle is more dangerous than driving a car is that debris and other road hazards that have little effect on cars are a serious threat to motorcycle riders' safety. Something as simple as wet pavement or an uneven roadway… Read More
There were three motorcycle crashes over the weekend in South Bend, two of which were fatal.
If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident in the area, do not hesitate to contact Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak. Our motorcycle accident… Read More
With May having been declared Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, Indiana's governor is taking a stand on safety for motorcyclists and drivers alike in order to reduce fatal crashes and encourage safe driving among all motorists.
A recent motorcycle accident… Read More
The State of Indiana does not require that motorcycle riders over the age of 18 wear a helmet. More recently, Michigan has allowed riders 21 and older to ride without a helmet, as well.
While many riders enjoy being able to ride their motorcycles without… Read More
When you're in a motorcycle accident in Indiana, there are of course immediate concerns, which come up right away. Are you alright? Was anyone else hurt? What was the damage to the bike? Did anyone else's vehicle sustain any damage?
But later, as you're… Read More
Motorcycle accidents can be devastating to your family, your finances, and your health, and while motorcycle riding is slightly more risky than driving a car, that doesn't necessarily mean that it's your fault when an accident occurs.
In fact, because… Read More
Motorcycles are in many way vehicles like any other, and in the state of Indiana their use and operation, with a few exceptions, is regulated by exactly the same laws that govern ordinary cars and trucks.
When it comes to a personal injury case involving… Read More
The two-wheeled, engine-powered vehicle gives off the appearance of danger. Motorcycle drivers have the reputation of being accident prone, risk-takers.
That is why few people are surprised when the motorcycle rider is injured in an accident.
Of course,… Read More