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Could the city be held liable for your motorcycle crash?

Experienced motorcycle riders are aware of their vulnerability and accustomed to taking necessary precautions, especially at night and in bad weather. However, they cannot always prepare for the unexpected, such as a dangerous spot on the road. What happens if a motorcycle rider crashes because a city street has been poorly maintained?

Take care of yourself emotionally after a car accident

After you suffer an injury in a car crash, the focus is, understandably, on your injury. Some injuries are usually evident to others - broken bones, for example, or internal bleeding that doctors are able to find. Doctors even take serious injuries such as whiplash or back pain that might not show up visibly or on diagnostics.

4 ways to avoid an accident

No matter how careful you are to keep from causing an accident, though, there are thousands of drivers every day who are driving aggressively, intoxicated or looking at their phones. 

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