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Motorcycle Accidents

California Motorcycle Accidents

  • California motorcycle accidents claimed the lives of 415 riders in 2012.
  • Nationwide, 4,957 bikers were killed and more than 93,000 seriously injured in motorcycle accidents in 2012.

Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Anaheim Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

California is the undisputed king when it comes to motorcycle riders. More people take to the road on their bikes in California than anywhere in America.

And more people are killed by careless or inattentive drivers who don’t take the time or have the respect for bikers to pay attention and save a life. The Anaheim motorcycle accident attorneys at Howard Law are proud of their work fighting for the rights of riders who have been seriously injured or killed in a Southern California motorcycle accident.

Too often, Southern California motorcycle accidents are caused by careless or inattentive drivers, who either fail to see the motorcycle, or who fail to give motorcycles the respect afforded other vehicles on the road.

The Southern California motorcycle accident lawyers at Howard Law know about the devastating consequences of a serious motorcycle accident; they know about the road rash, pain and suffering, broken bones, rehabilitation, lost wages and hospital bills.

And they fight for the compensation injured bikers need to put their life back together following a serious motorcycle accident in Los Angeles or the surrounding area.

Nationwide, fatal motorcycle accidents have increased every year for more than a decade and have reached epidemic proportions; Each year, 1 in every 7 fatal traffic accidents nationwide is the result of a motorcycle accident, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

California motorcycle accidents continue to increase along with the popularity of riding; the state added 20 percent more registered motorcycles in the last five years, while motorcycle fatalities increased to 560 in 2008, from 518 in 2007.

At Howard Law, we represent riders who have been seriously injured or killed in motorcycle accidents throughout Southern California, including Los Angeles, Anaheim, Santa Ana and Riverside.