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Motorcycle Safety – Part 2

Friday, 19 July 2019 by

In a previous blog, we discussed safety practices that car drivers can implement to keep motorcyclists safe on the road. We talked about the importance of double and triple checking for motorcycles before pulling out, switching lanes, and making turns. We also advised drivers to be cognizant of their blind spots since smaller vehicles like

Motorcycle Safety – Part 1

Monday, 08 July 2019 by

At Nance Cacciatore, we specialize in personal injury law in Brevard County. We proudly serve the people of Melbourne, Palm Bay, Viera, and beyond. From motorcycle accidents to car and truck accidents – even to airplane crashes – we provide some of the best legal representation in the area. While we are here for you

Watch for Motorcycles

Thursday, 28 February 2019 by

Signs and bumper stickers stating: “Watch for Motorcycles, “Loud Pipes Save Lives,” and “Look Twice for Motorcycles” are common sights. Why is that so? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in a 2017 article: “Florida has the most motorcycle crash fatalities in the nation, with Brevard County having 22, ranking ninth among the

Motorcycle Safety Accident Tips

It does not matter whether you are a new or experienced rider, anyone can get into a motorcycle accident. Motorcycles tend to be fast and exciting to ride but are way more dangerous than a car. To be specific, the risk of an accident is 30 times higher than those in a car. While not

Being involved in a personal injury auto accident can be a very horrifying experience. However, it’s important that you always remain calm during and after the event. Your main priority should be to seek medical attention and not to do anything that could hurt your insurance claims. In case you happen to find yourself in

Common Motorcycle Accidents

Riding a motorcycle can be very dangerous. Riders involved in motorcycle collisions are especially susceptible to numerous kinds of injuries, from distressing brain injuries to whiplash. Understanding the most frequent accident scenarios, can go a long way in helping you become a safer and better rider. Therefore, as a rider, you must be prepared for

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