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Are 3-Wheel Motorcycles Really That Much Safer?

Are 3-Wheel Motorcycles Really That Much Safer?

Motorcycles get a bad reputation because of the high numbers of motorcycle accidents that happen every year. In 2017, 5,172 motorcyclists died in motor vehicle crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Traditional two-wheeled motorcycles accounted for 91% of all motorcycles involved in fatal crashes.

When safety-conscious motorcyclists see these statistics, they may think about getting a three-wheeled option, also known as a motor trike, because it seems safer.

But are 3-wheel motorcycles that much safer than traditional motorcycles, or are they just as dangerous? Learning about these kinds of motorcycles will help you determine whether you should take one out on the road instead.

Pros and Cons of 3-Wheel Motorcycles

You may want to look into three-wheel motorcycles because they’re more noticeable on the road; they garner a lot of attention. They’re significantly more visible, which can be a good thing. If you’re riding a traditional motorcycle, drivers may not see you as well, which could lead to a crash.

Additionally, handling a three-wheel motorcycle is more like driving a car. When you’re coming up on a curve, you use the handlebars to navigate instead of leaning the bike, which is what many riders of traditional motorcycles do. Leaning a bike makes it more likely to tip over, especially when the curve is severe, or the rider lacks experience.

Despite these advantages, a three-wheel motorcycle still faces the same fundamental safety issue as a regular bike: you are still out in the open among much heavier vehicles, and you don’t have robust safety features to protect you. If a crash occurs, your risk for a serious injury is very high, whether you’re riding a two-wheel or three-wheel motorcycle.

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Tips for Riding Safely on 3-Wheel Motorcycles

Your three-wheel motorcycle makes you more visible to drivers and makes it easier to steer, but it’s important not to let these advantages make you overconfident. You need to exercise safety and caution whenever you’re out on the road. When riding a motorcycle of any kind, you shouldn’t speed, weave between lanes, or attempt flashy and unsafe maneuvers like wheelies or sharp turns.

You also need to take your three-wheel motorcycle to a mechanic for regular maintenance or whenever you notice a problem. Make sure you have enough gas before riding for long distances.

If this is your first motorcycle, it’s a good idea to take a motorcycle safety course. In North Carolina, these courses are only required for motorcycle riders ages 16–18, but don’t let that requirement fool you into thinking safety courses are just for kids — any new rider can benefit from the potentially life-saving information in these courses.

What to Do After a Crash on a 3-Wheel Motorcycle

If you get into a crash on your three-wheel motorcycle, whether or not it was your fault, there are crucial steps you need to take. If you are injured, go to the hospital right away for treatment. After you receive emergency treatment, make sure to follow any instructions and restrictions you receive, and follow up with your regular doctor or a specialist if the hospital tells you to do so.

If you are not seriously injured, file a police report of the incident, take down the information for anyone else who was involved, take photos of the scene of the crash, and call your insurance provider to report the wreck. Then, go to the hospital or your primary care doctor to get checked out if you are experiencing any pain or think you may have an injury, even if the injury seems minor. Your doctor may suggest X-rays just to make sure nothing is wrong internally. If you start to feel any pain, go back to the doctor as soon as possible.

After you get the treatment you need, contact a personal injury lawyer who has experience with motorcycle crashes. You may be entitled to compensation for your crash, which could help cover your medical bills and other losses, including any time you had to take off work because of your injuries.

Myers Law Firm: Fighting for Motorcycle Crash Victims in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County

If you or someone you love has been hurt while riding a motorcycle in the Charlotte area, you need an experienced personal injury attorney on your side. At Myers Law Firm, safety is our top priority. When people like you get hurt in circumstances beyond their control, we fight to get them the justice they deserve.

If you have questions about your legal options or your case, please reach out today to schedule your free consultation. During our discussion, we’ll listen to your story and provide advice about your next steps and what to expect.

To schedule your free consultation, please fill out our easy online contact form or call us at 888-376-2889. We look forward to hearing from you!

Reference

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2019, August). Traffic Safety Facts: 2017 Data (DOT HS 812 785). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Transportation. Retrieved from https://crashstats.nhtsa.dot.gov/Api/Public/ViewPublication/812785

The content provided here is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject.

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What North Carolina Motorcyclists Need to Know About No-Contact Motorcycle Accidents

When irresponsible motorists drive dangerously, it can put the lives of motorcyclists at risk, even when their cars don’t touch your bike. These kinds of accidents are known as no-contact motorcycle crashes, and they happen when another driver’s actions cause a motorcyclist to crash even though the car never touches the motorcycle rider or their bike.

No-contact motorcycle crashes are more common and dangerous than you might expect. In this blog, we’ll review how fault is determined in a no-contact crash, describe how an attorney can help victims recover compensation, and explain what to do if you or someone you love gets into a no-contact motorcycle accident.

How Is Negligence Determined in No-Contact Motorcycle Crashes?

Very few motorcycle crashes are true “accidents.” Usually, there is someone involved who acted irresponsibly and caused the wreck. This failure to drive responsibly is known as negligence.

For example, let’s say a driver coming in the other direction from you is texting while driving. This distracted driver fails to pay attention and swerves into your lane. Because of their unexpected swerve, you now have to swerve to avoid their vehicle, and your bike crashes as a result. In this case, the driver who wasn’t paying attention and came into your lane was negligent and can be held liable for any damages, even though their vehicle never actually touched you or your bike.

Everyone on the road has a duty to exercise reasonable care and obey traffic laws. So, if a driver does something irresponsible that causes you to lay the bike down or crash in order to avoid a collision, you can still hold them accountable.

While no-contact accidents are unique, they don’t change how liability works. The issue is not whether the car hit your bike, but whether you crashed because of the driver’s negligent actions.

RELATED: North Carolina Motorcycle Deaths Are on the Rise

Understanding North Carolina’s Contributory Negligence Laws

North Carolina’s contributory negligence laws could affect your ability to get fair compensation after a crash. Under North Carolina law, if you were somehow partly responsible for the accident that hurt you, you won’t be able to receive any compensation. Even if you were only 1% at fault, the law says you can’t file a claim and get compensation for your injuries. Most states don’t operate this way, but unfortunately, ours does.

Most likely, the insurance company and their legal team will try to take advantage of our state’s unfair injury laws. The insurance adjuster or defense lawyer will look for some way to blame you for your injuries so they can avoid paying your medical bills and other damages. If the other driver or their insurance company is accusing you of contributing to the crash, you need to contact an experienced North Carolina personal injury attorney right away.

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Understand Your Options After a No-Contact Motorcycle Crash

When a no-contact motorcycle crash happens, victims often suffer serious injuries and end up in a lot of pain. Usually, they can’t work and have to worry about expensive medical bills and property damage. When the crash wasn’t your fault, you shouldn’t have to foot the bill to fix your bike or pay your medical bills. Fortunately, you have options for financial compensation if you can identify the other driver.

Your first option is to file a personal injury claim with the at-fault driver’s car insurance. An insurance claim is one way to recover damages from the accident, but dealing with the insurance companies and claims adjusters can be notoriously challenging. If you’re struggling to get a response or fair settlement offer from the at-fault driver’s insurance, contact a North Carolina personal injury lawyer right away.

If the insurance company refuses to offer you fair compensation for your injuries and losses, your next option is to file a lawsuit against the driver who caused the wreck. By filing a lawsuit, you may able to recover the cost of your injuries, damaged property, lost wages, compensation for pain and suffering, and more.

If you’re not sure about your options and want to learn more, it’s in your best interest to contact a personal injury attorney who can help you understand what your case could be worth and what to do next.

Myers Law Firm: Fighting for Motorcycle Crash Victims in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County

If you or someone you love has been hurt while riding a motorcycle in the Charlotte area, you need an experienced personal injury attorney on your side. At Myers Law Firm, safety is our top priority. When people like you get hurt in circumstances beyond their control, we fight to get them the justice they deserve.

If you have questions about your legal options or your case, please reach out today to schedule your free consultation. During our discussion, we’ll listen to your story and provide advice about your next steps and what to expect.

To schedule your free consultation, fill out our quick online contact form or call us at 888-376-2889. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Motorcycle Fatalities Trend

There’s no better feeling than hitting the open road on your motorcycle and taking in the beautiful North Carolina scenery as the wind gushes past you on a beautiful day.

Unfortunately, this adventure is becoming more dangerous. New research suggests that motorcyclists are at more risk than ever of being hurt or killed while riding in North Carolina. In fact, according to the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), motorcyclist fatalities rose by 21% between 2017 and 2018.

In this blog, we explore this dangerous trend in motorcycle fatalities and explain what you can do to protect yourself on the road.

Motorcycling in North Carolina Is Riskier Than Ever

In 2018, 176 motorcyclists died on North Carolina roads. Some experts argue that an increase in ridership is to blame for the rise in North Carolina motorcycle crashes, but another critical factor is driver distraction. In 2018, distracted driving in some form was cited as a contributing factor in 4,523 crashes statewide. When asked about the cause of their accident, drivers who hit motorcyclists cited “not seeing them” as the most common reason for their negligence.

Motorcycles are smaller than cars, and when drivers are paying attention to their cell phone, radio, or cheeseburger rather than the road, it’s all too easy for a wreck to happen. Drivers can merge into a motorcycle rider, collide with them in an intersection, or sideswipe them when passing — all because the driver’s eyes aren’t on the road.

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Tips for Motorcyclists to Stay Safe on North Carolina Roads

According to the NCDOT, the majority of motorcycle crashes happen during warmer months. The period between May and September is especially dangerous. And as spring and summer approach, more riders than ever will be on North Carolina roads.

But don’t hang up your helmet just because there’s more traffic on the road during this beautiful time of year. Instead, learn how to protect yourself and others.

  • Be sure to double check intersections and slow as you approach. One of the most common motorcycle crashes occurs when cars turning left fail to check for other vehicles and collide with them.
  • Avoid splitting lanes whenever possible. Lane splitting (navigating your bike between lanes of traffic) isn’t illegal in North Carolina, but it is still extremely dangerous.
  • Always wear a motorcycle helmet and appropriate safety gear. In North Carolina, all riders and passengers must wear helmets, and we strongly recommend that bikers wear appropriate clothing, shoes, and protective gear.
  • Understand your legal rights on the road. Motorcycles are vehicles too, and motorcyclists are afforded the same rights and responsibilities as any other driver. When you understand the law and your rights, you can protect yourself with confidence.

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Motorcycle Safety Is Everyone’s Responsibility

Unfortunately, even the safest motorcycle riders who take every precaution can still fall victim to other drivers’ negligent actions. If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle crash because of another motorists’ irresponsible or reckless behavior, you could be eligible to receive compensation.

Contact an experienced North Carolina motorcycle crash attorney today to get a better understanding of your unique situation.

Myers Law Firm: Fighting for Motorcycle Crash Victims in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County

If you or someone you love has been hurt while riding a motorcycle in the Charlotte area, you need an experienced personal injury attorney on your side. At Myers Law Firm, safety is our top priority. When people like you get hurt in circumstances beyond their control, we fight to get them the justice they deserve.

If you have questions about your legal options or your case, please reach out today to schedule your free consultation. During our discussion, we’ll listen to your story and provide advice about your next steps and what to expect.

To schedule your free consultation, please fill out our easy online contact form or call us at 888-376-2889. We look forward to hearing from you!

References

Kennedy, K. (2019, June 18). NCDOT: Motorcycle fatalities rose 21 percent in 2018. CBS 17. Retrieved from https://www.cbs17.com/news/local-news/ncdot-motorcycle-fatalities-rose-21-percent-in-2018/

North Carolina Department of Transportation. (2018). North Carolina 2018 traffic crash facts. North Carolina: North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles. Retrieved from https://connect.ncdot.gov/business/DMV/CrashFactsDocuments/2018%20Crash%20Facts.pdf

The content provided here is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject.

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Four Important Factors That Could Significantly Impact the Outcome of Your Motorcycle Accident Case

Motorcycles offer riders a sense of freedom and adventure that’s hard to find anywhere else. Unfortunately, that freedom comes at a price: motorcycles provide very little protection during a collision.

If you or a loved one suffered serious injuries during a motorcycle accident and someone else’s negligent behavior caused the crash, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. However, motorcycle cases are complex, and there are lots of factors that can affect the value of your claim. Read on to learn about four important factors that could significantly impact the outcome of your motorcycle accident case.

1. The Amount of Insurance Coverage Will Impact Your Ability to Get Compensation

North Carolina is a fault-based state. In other words, the law in our state says that a negligent driver is financially responsible for the injuries he or she causes in an auto accident. If you are a motorcycle driver or rider and you get hit by a negligent driver, your injuries are likely to be much more severe than if you were in a car.

For this reason, motorcycle riders and all other vehicle owners in North Carolina must carry a minimum amount of motor vehicle insurance. All motor vehicles, including motorcycles, must have coverage of at least:

  • $30,000 per person for bodily injury claims, up to $60,000 per accident
  • $25,000 for property damage claims
  • $30,000 per person in uninsured bodily injury coverage, up to $60,000 per accident
  • $25,000 for uninsured property damage claims

While many drivers opt for higher policy limits, about 6.5% of North Carolina drivers are completely uninsured, and many more carry only the minimum coverage.

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If you’re injured in a serious motorcycle accident, your damages can quickly exceed the minimum coverage limits mandated by North Carolina law. For example, a spinal surgery such as a fusion or laminectomy can easily cost tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars, and that doesn’t even include the costs of post-surgical physical therapy and pain management.

When a negligent driver doesn’t have sufficient insurance to pay for your lost income, medical bills, and other damages, your uninsured/underinsured (UM/UIM) motorist coverage should cover your injuries, up to your policy limits. Because of the prevalence of uninsured and underinsured drivers in North Carolina, we encourage all drivers to purchase a motorcycle or auto insurance policy with UM/UIM limits that are above the state minimum.

2. You’ll Need Strong Evidence Supporting Your Claims

The amount of the recovery for your motorcycle accident claim will depend on the facts and circumstances surrounding the crash. Because insurance companies are for-profit companies, they look for any reason they can find to dispute motorcycle claims and make unreasonably low settlement offers. You’ll need compelling evidence to fight back against these tactics.

RELATED ARTICLE: 10 Surprising Facts About Motorcycle Accidents

You should always treat your motorcycle claim as if it’s going to trial. This means compiling all the evidence that tells the story of how you got hurt and your subsequent medical treatment, including:

  • Medical records that document your injuries, treatment, and functional limitations
  • Estimates of your need for future medical treatment
  • Witness statements
  • Accident reports, crash investigation data, and accident reconstructions
  • Lost income calculations
  • Engineering assessments of defective car and motorcycle parts
  • Documentation of how your quality of life changed after the crash

It’s also important to understand the weaknesses in your claim. For example, North Carolina is a contributory negligence state. You might lose your right to compensation if your own actions, such as failing to observe traffic laws, contributed to your injuries. This is why it’s especially important to work with an experienced attorney who can anticipate a contributory negligence defense and fight back with convincing evidence.

3. You Must File a Timely Claim

No matter how strong your claim is, it’s worthless once the statute of limitations expires. A statute of limitations is a filing deadline established by state law. If you file after the statute of limitations, the court will automatically reject your claim. In North Carolina, you typically must file your motorcycle accident claims within three years of the crash or within two years if the crash resulted in death.

However, you should never wait until the last minute to file a claim. Before a personal injury lawyer files a motorcycle accident claim, he or she must carefully investigate the facts, compile evidence, and assess the value of your claims. This isn’t a quick and easy process.

If you wait too long, you might struggle to find an experienced lawyer who will take your case. You also might lose valuable evidence as memories fade and records are destroyed. For all these reasons, you should consult with a motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible after a crash.

4. An Experienced Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Can Increase Your Chances of Getting a Fair Settlement

Insurance companies deny claims and make low-ball offers to victims to increase their own profits. Even though the claims adjuster for the other driver’s insurance company might seem friendly and concerned, he or she is actively looking for reasons to dispute or devalue your claim. And when accident victims handle their own motorcycle claims, it’s easy for them to make mistakes.

Your claim requires a careful analysis of the facts, medical records, and legal issues surrounding the crash and your injuries. At Myers Law Firm, we believe that crash victims should focus on their recovery and let an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer handle the intricacies of their claims. We guide our clients through every step of the litigation process with the goal of maximizing their recovery and supporting them as they heal from the injuries and trauma they’ve suffered.

RELATED ARTICLE: How Do I Know if the Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer Is Fair?

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Myers Law Firm: Fighting for Motorcycle Accident Victims in Charlotte and Throughout Mecklenburg County

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed after a motorcycle accident. If you or a loved one are struggling after a serious crash, contact the experienced lawyers at Myers Law Firm. We provide our clients with compassionate advice and aggressive representation, and we handle all personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis, so you won’t pay attorney’s fees unless we help you get financial compensation for your injuries. To schedule your free initial consultation today, fill out our easy online contact form or call us at 888-376-2889.

References

Facts and statistics: Uninsured drivers. (n.d.). Insurance Information Institute. Retrieved from https://www.iii.org/fact-statistic/facts-statistics-uninsured-motorists

Wolters Kluwer Health. (2015, September 1). Big differences in U.S. healthcare costs for fixing back pain. ScienceDaily. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/09/150901121052.htm

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10 Surprising Facts About Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle fatalities rose 10% in 2015, a near all-time high, according to Consumer Reports.

With motorcycle-related deaths on the rise, these 10 surprising facts about motorcycle crashes could help keep you and your loved ones safe.

    1. Nearly two-thirds of multiple-vehicle accidents are caused by the other vehicle unintentionally violating the motorcycle’s right-of-way. More often than not, this is due to the other driver’s inability to see the oncoming motorcycle.If you are a motorcycle driver, one way to decrease your chances of being involved in a collision is to increase your visibility. Make yourself known to other drivers by using motorcycle headlamps during the day, wearing highly visible or reflective gear (such as bright yellow or orange jackets), and ensuring the front of your motorcycle is easy to see.
    2. Motorcycle drivers who don’t wear eye protection are more likely to be involved in wrecks. Unprotected eyes are more susceptible to wind, road debris, flying insects, and more, which can impair vision and delay response time. If you are a motorcycle driver who chooses not to wear a helmet (which is against the law here in North Carolina), you should, at minimum, wear eye protection.
    3. Contrary to popular belief, wearing a helmet does not impede a motorcycle driver’s vision or hearing. According to the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA), helmets limit less than 3% of a motorcycle driver’s peripheral vision and have no negative impact on a driver’s ability to hear. The NHTSA also reports that wearing a helmet decreases the risk of dying in a motorcycle crash by 37%. Under North Carolina law, motorcycle drivers and passengers must wear a helmet and have the chin strap fastened.
    4. According to the Motorcycle Industry Council, fewer than half of motorcyclists today have completed formalmotorcycle safety training, but were instead self-taught or learned from family or friends. Seeking out formal training is an excellent way to familiarize yourself with both the nuances of the laws governing motorcycle operation as well as unique safety concerns that motorcyclists face.



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  1. An alarming number of all motorcycle accidents (92%) involve drivers who did not complete formal motorcycle safety training. These untrained motorcycle drivers are also less likely to wear helmets, which increases their risk of injury and death. (According to The National Highway Traffic Safety administration, wearing a helmet decreases the risk of dying in a motorcycle crash by 37%.)
  2. More motorcycle accidents occur during the first few minutes of short trips involving shopping, errands, or friends than during long journeys. It’s important to always stay alert and wear protective safety gear, even if your trip is a short one.
  3. Age plays a factor in motorcycle crashes. Riders between the ages of 20 and 29 as well as 50 to 59 year olds are most likely to be involved in motorcycle accidents. These numbers suggest that the lack of skill of new, inexperienced motorcycle drivers and the “rusty” skills of middle-aged motorcycle drivers who haven’t ridden in years may be a factor in many collisions.
  4. Highperformance motorcycles are more likely to be involved in crashes. These motorcycles are built for racing but modified for highway use, and their high speeds can prove treacherous. Drivers of these “super cycles” are four times more likely to be involved in fatal accidents than drivers of standard motorcycles.
  5. Almost half of all fatal motorcycle accidents involve alcohol. Motorcycle riders under the influence show significant collision avoidance problems, such as over or under-braking and an inability to counter-steer or swerve effectively. While these facts may not be surprising, it bears repeating: never drink and drive, no matter what type of vehicle you’re operating.
  6. Less than 10% of motorcycle riders involved in accidents had insurance of any kind to provide medical care or replace damaged property. Oftentimes, this adds an overwhelming financial burden to an already stressful situation as you deal with your injuries after a crash.

The effects of a motorcycle accident can be devastating, and the legal system can be frustrating to navigate. If you or someone you know has been involved in a motorcycle accident, Myers Law Firm is here to help. We’ll handle your case aggressively and communicate with you at every turn about how your case is going and what you can expect next.

To schedule your free consultation, please call our Charlotte office toll-free at 1-888-376-ATTY (2889) or fill out and submit our online contact form. Statutes of limitations do apply to personal injury cases, so please don’t hesitate — reach out to us today.

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References

Little known facts about motorcycle accidents. (2016). Hg.org. Retrieved from https://www.hg.org/article.asp?id=31124

Motorcycle helmets. (1996). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Retrieved from https://tntrafficsafety.org/sites/default/files/motorcyclehelmets1.pdf

Motorcycles. (2016). Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Highway Loss Data Institute. Retrieved from http://www.iihs.org/iihs/topics/t/motorcycles/fatalityfacts/motorcycles#Alcohol-involvement

Rechtin, M. (2016, May 20). Motorcycle fatalities rose 10 percent in 2015. Consumer Reports. Retrieved from http://www.consumerreports.org/motorcycles-scooters/article-on-motorcycle-fatalities/

The content provided here is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject.

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