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Safety and Prevention Tips for Utah Motorcyclists

Riding a motorcycle can be one of the most enjoyable things you do. It takes skill, knowledge, and an acute sense of awareness. Like other things worth doing, riding a motorcycle in Utah can be rewarding, but it can also be one of the most dangerous things you do. To ensure you’re being as safe as possible, you need to know how to prevent accidents as well as what to do if an accident happens.

  • Always Wear Protective Gear
  • Take a Motorcycle Safety Course
  • Ride Defensively and Safely
  • Pay Attention to Your Surroundings
  • Ride a Roadworthy Bike That Fits
  • Ride Sober

Whether you are riding a motorcycle, moped, scooter, and riding on city streets, on dirt trails, commuting or riding for pleasure, you need to always be aware of your surroundings and take safety seriously.

Motorcycle Accident Statistics

Riding a motorcycle is serious business. Many riders call cars “cages” because a cage offers certain protections that a helmet and even the most expensive motorcycle gear can’t provide. When riding a motorcycle or even driving a car, you probably don’t think about statistics of motorcycle accidents. However, being aware of the statistics can make you a well-informed rider and even a better “cage” driver.

Did you know motorcycle riders in Texas are more likely to have a fatal motorcycle accident than in other states? One reason is that Texas does not have a legal requirement to wear helmets for those riders over 21 years of age. Another factor may be improper road conditions and maintenance. In Florida, which bounces back and forth with Texas for the state with the most motorcycle accidents, motorcyclists can experience the joy of motorcycle riding all year long. This everlasting motorcycle season increases the number of riders on the road and also increases the rate of motorcycle crashes. According to the US Department of Transportation, motorcyclist deaths occurred over 25% more frequently than other vehicle fatalities.

Alcohol usage and motorcycle riding don’t mix. Of the fatal motorcycle accidents reported in 2014, 43% of riders who died in single-vehicle crashes were under the influence of alcohol. It doesn’t matter how skilled a rider you are, how many years you’ve been riding, or what type of helmet you wear. If you ride intoxicated or impaired, you are likely going to end up in a motorcycle crash or in the back of a police car. To avoid a motorcycle wreck, expensive medical bills, and perhaps a lawsuit, you need to be safe and smart all the time while operating a motorcycle.

Always Wear Protective Gear

When riding a motorcycle in Utah, the gear you wear will depend on several factors such as the weather, the type of bike, how far you’re traveling, and possibly your state’s laws. First and foremost, it’s important to wear a helmet. The National Center for Statistics and Analysis (NCSA) has calculated that wearing a helmet is 37% effective in preventing fatalities. This means with a helmet you are more likely to survive an accident and avoid head injury. Make sure the helmet is DOT compliant and fits properly. If you aren’t sure, ask for assistance at any motorcycle apparel location.

You may also want to consider a good pair of sunglasses or tinted motorcycle visor. Helmets come in a variety of price ranges and styles. Make sure your helmet has the right fit and is high quality. Your head deserves the best, especially if it could mean the difference between life or death.

A helmet is only one part of proper riding gear. You should also have a good jacket and pants for preventing road rash. “Good” is a relative term, but think of it this way: Wear something that provides protection but is also comfortable and allows movement. The more comfortable the gear is, the more likely you are to wear it. There are so many different types of clothing available for Utah motorcycle riders, it’s almost impossible to choose just one. The good news is you don’t have to limit yourself to just one riding outfit. Depending on the type of bike you ride or the weather, you may need different gear for different bikes and different seasons.

Ultimately, your two main choices are between leather or textiles. Leather will offer the best protection and is generally more expensive. However, leather will outlast a textile jacket or pants. Textiles like Gore-Tex are less expensive than leather but will need to be evaluated thoroughly since there are so many different types and uses. Some are waterproof, while some need an additional liner to keep the rain out. You can also buy a mesh jacket for warm weather riding. Keep in mind that motorcycle gear is expensive but well worth the price when you need that extra protection.

Once you start evaluating gear, you’ll find so many options for shoes that you may become overwhelmed. But just like with your jacket and pants, you’ll need to choose the shoes that fit your style of riding. Some riders wear chunky boots made by motorcycle companies with large logos, and some riders find boots from companies that specialize in work boots. The Utah motorcycle scene is ever changing. Today, you can even buy motorcycle-specific shoes that look like trendy skater shoes for light commuting. Your safest bet is to cover your ankles by choosing leather boots. This will provide stability, reduce fatigue, and provide maximum protection.

Gloves are also very important motorcycle gear. A safety-conscious rider should never ride without gloves. They protect your hands from accidents and also the elements. Gloves prevent hand numbness and can help your hands maintain a proper grip of the handlebars for longer periods of time.

Take a Motorcycle Safety Course

There are many benefits to enrolling in a motorcycle safety course. Not only do some Utah insurance companies provide discounts to graduates of motorcycle safety course programs, but some states allow you to bypass the riding part of the motorcycle test if you have proof of passing a course. In addition, you may be able to receive discounts toward motorcycle accessories and even the purchase of a motorcycle. While these are good reasons for participating in a safety course, perhaps the best reason is the valuable experience and training you will receive. Courses are taught by certified, experienced riders and cover state-specific rules and laws. In addition, courses teach riders the skills that would otherwise take years to learn, such as how to avoid road hazards, how to negotiate curves, and how to properly ride in groups with other riders.

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The short answer is, “It depends.” There are so many factors that it is almost impossible to give an accurate answer. The first thing it depends on is your health. If you fully recover fairly quickly your case may proceed quickly, too. If you require ongoing treatments, it may take time before the doctors decide you are medically stable, at which point the legal case moves forward. At this point, your attorney will attempt to negotiate for a settlement with the insurance company. Sometimes, this process goes very quickly. Other times, a settlement is not agreed upon within a reasonable period of time, so your attorney will then need to file a personal injury lawsuit. Then it depends on the state where the injury occurred, what the laws are that cover civil law time periods, and additional factors like backlogs in the court systems. It can take quite a long time.
Maybe, but probably not. Most of the time the skilled lawyers at Acadia Law Group are able to settle cases out of court. Sometimes that means even without filing a lawsuit, but other times the filed claim is resolved before the final court date. If your case does make it to court, your case will be presented by an experienced trial attorney to maximize your award.
Not usually. You are most likely to receive what are called compensatory and general damages. This allows you to be compensated for lost wages, medical and other expenses, plus pain and suffering from the injury. Please be sure to consult both your personal injury lawyer and your accountant or other tax preparer to be certain.
It depends. Most personal injury claims are resolved through insurance settlements, and settlement negotiations can take anywhere from a few months to a year or longer. If our lawyers need to take your case to trial in the Florida courts, this can extend the duration of the process as well. While we cannot tell you how long your case will take, what we can tell you is that we will work diligently to achieve a favorable result as quickly as possible.

Yes, if it is possible to do so, and if negotiating a settlement is in your best interests. While we understand that you want to resolve your case quickly, we also know that it is imperative that you not settle for too little too soon. It is ultimately up to you to decide when to settle, but we will let you know if we believe it is in your best interests to proceed toward trial.

When you are injured in an accident that is not your fault, you are entitled to receive financial compensation from the party that is liable for your injuries. You do this by filing a personal injury claim. As a practical matter, most personal injury claims are resolved through settlement negotiations with the liable party’s insurance company. However, some cases go to court, and it is important to choose Florida injury lawyers who are willing to take your case to trial if necessary.

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Ride Defensively and Safely

Learn how to ride defensively. This means paying attention to how you’re riding, as well as where you are riding. Make sure you are aware of road conditions. Don’t follow other vehicles too closely, and in bad weather be sure to increase the stopping distance. At stop signs or lights, make sure to pull slightly off center so you have an escape route should a negligent driver behind you appear to be coming too quickly. Some motorcycle riders even go as far as to ride exclusively in the slow lane (typically the far-right lane) so they always have an escape route.

Being safe on a motorcycle is also about following traffic rules and being visible to other riders and vehicles. A safe motorcycle rider pays attention to the weather, dresses appropriately, and knows visibility can be affected by the rain and also the sun.
Pay Attention to Your Surroundings

Riding a motorcycle takes concentration and an acute awareness of your surroundings. A good rider learns how to tune everything out except for what’s around them and their bike. They learn to see where the cars are at all times and to anticipate what the car drivers are going to do. Experienced motorcycle riders also look ahead for any potential obstacles on the roadway. Hitting a rock that’s on the asphalt in a car can be uncomfortable. Hitting one while riding a motorcycle can be deadly.

Ride a Roadworthy Bike That Fits

One of the most important things motorcycle riders need to do is ensure they have the right bike. Are you short? Get a bike with a lowered seat. Are you a beginner? Don’t buy a bike with a lot of power that you don’t need and won’t use. Are you planning on riding off-road? Look into purchasing an Enduro bike that can handle that type of riding. Are you commuting only a few miles in the city? Consider a scooter. Scooters have enough power for city riding, they are easy to park, and they’re fun to ride.

After you have found that perfect motorcycle, get to know the bike and perform safety checks on a regular basis. Check the tire pressure and tread, and make sure the brakes and lights are working properly. If you see any leaking fluids, make sure they are quickly fixed. Riding safely is much more than simply knowing how to ride. It’s also about taking care of your motorcycle and performing regular maintenance. If you are a rider who doesn’t perform maintenance on your own bike, then make sure you are following the manufacturer’s guidelines for professional maintenance.

Ride Sober

Riding while impaired, either from alcohol or drugs, is never a good idea and it’s against the law. Make sure you are completely sober when riding and keep an eye out for fellow riders as well. You might think that a few drinks won’t affect you, but statistically, this just isn’t true. Alcohol limits your ability to think clearly and reduces reaction time, which certainly affects your ability to safely operate a motorcycle.
What to Do If You’re Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?

Sometimes, no matter how safe and prepared you are as a rider, accidents happen. When they do, you need to make sure you know how to react and how to protect yourself. What to do depends on the extent of the accident and if other people or vehicles are involved. The first thing you should do in the event of an accident in Utah is to make sure you are out of danger. Move out of the roadway before doing anything else. Make sure you aren’t near any vehicles that may be leaking fuel. Stay out of any blind spots, such as corners or behind other vehicles that may block others from seeing you. Check yourself for injuries and call 911 if needed. Unless you are a doctor, don’t self-diagnose. If you’ve had a significant crash, go to the hospital to have your injuries evaluated.

Stay as calm and rational as possible. Don’t make things worse by getting angry or pointing blame, and don’t volunteer to accept blame. Obtain information from all involved parties and witnesses including statements, names, and phone numbers. If you’re able, it’s always useful to exchange information as well as take photographs of license plates and people involved. Wait for the police and record the details of the accident to the best of your ability. Make sure you obtain the police officer’s information so you can easily contact them later if needed to request a copy of the report.

After you’ve left the scene, contact your insurance company. Provide all the details from the incident to the insurance company. Don’t simply guess what may be damaged with your motorcycle or with yourself. Make sure you have concrete proof in the form of repair estimates and receipts for medical expenses and lost wages.

There may be times when you need legal assistance after a Utah motor vehicle accident. Don’t hesitate to contact a law firm if you need one. A motorcycle accident professionals in Utah may be necessary if there is personal injury, your insurance claim is denied, you don’t receive proper medical benefits, or if the damages exceed the limits of your insurance. It’s always wise to talk with an professionals about any possible legal ramifications of your accident, especially if you need compensation for your pain and suffering. If anyone involved with the accident contacts you, refer them to your attorney. As much as you may want to discuss things, it’s always better to have an attorney do the talking.

It’s important to understand that there are many safety factors to consider before you even ride a motorcycle in Utah. You need to ensure you have the proper gear, a bike that fits your needs and your size, and you also need enough experience to ride safely and smart.

Riding a motorcycle may be one of the most rewarding things you ever do. There is a freedom to riding that can’t be matched in a car, wrapped in metal sitting comfortably in a seat. Imagine riding down a rural road, the breeze on your face, the smell of fresh strawberries in the fields you pass. All your daily worries will disappear as you focus on the road in front of you. Just remember that your safety is the most important thing, followed by knowing how to get assistance when you need it.

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The short answer is, “It depends.” There are so many factors that it is almost impossible to give an accurate answer. The first thing it depends on is your health. If you fully recover fairly quickly your case may proceed quickly, too. If you require ongoing treatments, it may take time before the doctors decide you are medically stable, at which point the legal case moves forward. At this point, your attorney will attempt to negotiate for a settlement with the insurance company. Sometimes, this process goes very quickly. Other times, a settlement is not agreed upon within a reasonable period of time, so your attorney will then need to file a personal injury lawsuit. Then it depends on the state where the injury occurred, what the laws are that cover civil law time periods, and additional factors like backlogs in the court systems. It can take quite a long time.
Maybe, but probably not. Most of the time the skilled lawyers at Acadia Law Group are able to settle cases out of court. Sometimes that means even without filing a lawsuit, but other times the filed claim is resolved before the final court date. If your case does make it to court, your case will be presented by an experienced trial attorney to maximize your award.
Not usually. You are most likely to receive what are called compensatory and general damages. This allows you to be compensated for lost wages, medical and other expenses, plus pain and suffering from the injury. Please be sure to consult both your personal injury lawyer and your accountant or other tax preparer to be certain.
It depends. Most personal injury claims are resolved through insurance settlements, and settlement negotiations can take anywhere from a few months to a year or longer. If our lawyers need to take your case to trial in the Florida courts, this can extend the duration of the process as well. While we cannot tell you how long your case will take, what we can tell you is that we will work diligently to achieve a favorable result as quickly as possible.

Yes, if it is possible to do so, and if negotiating a settlement is in your best interests. While we understand that you want to resolve your case quickly, we also know that it is imperative that you not settle for too little too soon. It is ultimately up to you to decide when to settle, but we will let you know if we believe it is in your best interests to proceed toward trial.

When you are injured in an accident that is not your fault, you are entitled to receive financial compensation from the party that is liable for your injuries. You do this by filing a personal injury claim. As a practical matter, most personal injury claims are resolved through settlement negotiations with the liable party’s insurance company. However, some cases go to court, and it is important to choose Florida injury lawyers who are willing to take your case to trial if necessary.

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Car Accidents
Motorcycle Accidents
Personal Injury Attorneys
Slip & Fall Injury
Wrongful Death
Medical Malpractice
Semi-Truck & Commercial
Uber & Lyft Accidents
Pedestrian Accident
1-800-653-4600

Safety and Prevention Tips for Utah Motorcyclists

Riding a motorcycle can be one of the most enjoyable things you do. It takes skill, knowledge, and an acute sense of awareness. Like other things worth doing, riding a motorcycle in Utah can be rewarding, but it can also be one of the most dangerous things you do. To ensure you’re being as safe as possible, you need to know how to prevent accidents as well as what to do if an accident happens.

  • Always Wear Protective Gear
  • Take a Motorcycle Safety Course
  • Ride Defensively and Safely
  • Pay Attention to Your Surroundings
  • Ride a Roadworthy Bike That Fits
  • Ride Sober

Whether you are riding a motorcycle, moped, scooter, and riding on city streets, on dirt trails, commuting or riding for pleasure, you need to always be aware of your surroundings and take safety seriously.

Motorcycle Accident Statistics

Riding a motorcycle is serious business. Many riders call cars “cages” because a cage offers certain protections that a helmet and even the most expensive motorcycle gear can’t provide. When riding a motorcycle or even driving a car, you probably don’t think about statistics of motorcycle accidents. However, being aware of the statistics can make you a well-informed rider and even a better “cage” driver.

Did you know motorcycle riders in Texas are more likely to have a fatal motorcycle accident than in other states? One reason is that Texas does not have a legal requirement to wear helmets for those riders over 21 years of age. Another factor may be improper road conditions and maintenance. In Florida, which bounces back and forth with Texas for the state with the most motorcycle accidents, motorcyclists can experience the joy of motorcycle riding all year long. This everlasting motorcycle season increases the number of riders on the road and also increases the rate of motorcycle crashes. According to the US Department of Transportation, motorcyclist deaths occurred over 25% more frequently than other vehicle fatalities.

Alcohol usage and motorcycle riding don’t mix. Of the fatal motorcycle accidents reported in 2014, 43% of riders who died in single-vehicle crashes were under the influence of alcohol. It doesn’t matter how skilled a rider you are, how many years you’ve been riding, or what type of helmet you wear. If you ride intoxicated or impaired, you are likely going to end up in a motorcycle crash or in the back of a police car. To avoid a motorcycle wreck, expensive medical bills, and perhaps a lawsuit, you need to be safe and smart all the time while operating a motorcycle.

Always Wear Protective Gear

When riding a motorcycle in Utah, the gear you wear will depend on several factors such as the weather, the type of bike, how far you’re traveling, and possibly your state’s laws. First and foremost, it’s important to wear a helmet. The National Center for Statistics and Analysis (NCSA) has calculated that wearing a helmet is 37% effective in preventing fatalities. This means with a helmet you are more likely to survive an accident and avoid head injury. Make sure the helmet is DOT compliant and fits properly. If you aren’t sure, ask for assistance at any motorcycle apparel location.

You may also want to consider a good pair of sunglasses or tinted motorcycle visor. Helmets come in a variety of price ranges and styles. Make sure your helmet has the right fit and is high quality. Your head deserves the best, especially if it could mean the difference between life or death.

A helmet is only one part of proper riding gear. You should also have a good jacket and pants for preventing road rash. “Good” is a relative term, but think of it this way: Wear something that provides protection but is also comfortable and allows movement. The more comfortable the gear is, the more likely you are to wear it. There are so many different types of clothing available for Utah motorcycle riders, it’s almost impossible to choose just one. The good news is you don’t have to limit yourself to just one riding outfit. Depending on the type of bike you ride or the weather, you may need different gear for different bikes and different seasons.

Ultimately, your two main choices are between leather or textiles. Leather will offer the best protection and is generally more expensive. However, leather will outlast a textile jacket or pants. Textiles like Gore-Tex are less expensive than leather but will need to be evaluated thoroughly since there are so many different types and uses. Some are waterproof, while some need an additional liner to keep the rain out. You can also buy a mesh jacket for warm weather riding. Keep in mind that motorcycle gear is expensive but well worth the price when you need that extra protection.

Once you start evaluating gear, you’ll find so many options for shoes that you may become overwhelmed. But just like with your jacket and pants, you’ll need to choose the shoes that fit your style of riding. Some riders wear chunky boots made by motorcycle companies with large logos, and some riders find boots from companies that specialize in work boots. The Utah motorcycle scene is ever changing. Today, you can even buy motorcycle-specific shoes that look like trendy skater shoes for light commuting. Your safest bet is to cover your ankles by choosing leather boots. This will provide stability, reduce fatigue, and provide maximum protection.

Gloves are also very important motorcycle gear. A safety-conscious rider should never ride without gloves. They protect your hands from accidents and also the elements. Gloves prevent hand numbness and can help your hands maintain a proper grip of the handlebars for longer periods of time.

Take a Motorcycle Safety Course

There are many benefits to enrolling in a motorcycle safety course. Not only do some Utah insurance companies provide discounts to graduates of motorcycle safety course programs, but some states allow you to bypass the riding part of the motorcycle test if you have proof of passing a course. In addition, you may be able to receive discounts toward motorcycle accessories and even the purchase of a motorcycle. While these are good reasons for participating in a safety course, perhaps the best reason is the valuable experience and training you will receive. Courses are taught by certified, experienced riders and cover state-specific rules and laws. In addition, courses teach riders the skills that would otherwise take years to learn, such as how to avoid road hazards, how to negotiate curves, and how to properly ride in groups with other riders.

Ride Sober

Riding while impaired, either from alcohol or drugs, is never a good idea and it’s against the law. Make sure you are completely sober when riding and keep an eye out for fellow riders as well. You might think that a few drinks won’t affect you, but statistically, this just isn’t true. Alcohol limits your ability to think clearly and reduces reaction time, which certainly affects your ability to safely operate a motorcycle.
What to Do If You’re Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?

Sometimes, no matter how safe and prepared you are as a rider, accidents happen. When they do, you need to make sure you know how to react and how to protect yourself. What to do depends on the extent of the accident and if other people or vehicles are involved. The first thing you should do in the event of an accident in Utah is to make sure you are out of danger. Move out of the roadway before doing anything else. Make sure you aren’t near any vehicles that may be leaking fuel. Stay out of any blind spots, such as corners or behind other vehicles that may block others from seeing you. Check yourself for injuries and call 911 if needed. Unless you are a doctor, don’t self-diagnose. If you’ve had a significant crash, go to the hospital to have your injuries evaluated.

Stay as calm and rational as possible. Don’t make things worse by getting angry or pointing blame, and don’t volunteer to accept blame. Obtain information from all involved parties and witnesses including statements, names, and phone numbers. If you’re able, it’s always useful to exchange information as well as take photographs of license plates and people involved. Wait for the police and record the details of the accident to the best of your ability. Make sure you obtain the police officer’s information so you can easily contact them later if needed to request a copy of the report.

After you’ve left the scene, contact your insurance company. Provide all the details from the incident to the insurance company. Don’t simply guess what may be damaged with your motorcycle or with yourself. Make sure you have concrete proof in the form of repair estimates and receipts for medical expenses and lost wages.

There may be times when you need legal assistance after a Utah motor vehicle accident. Don’t hesitate to contact a law firm if you need one. A motorcycle accident professionals in Utah may be necessary if there is personal injury, your insurance claim is denied, you don’t receive proper medical benefits, or if the damages exceed the limits of your insurance. It’s always wise to talk with an professionals about any possible legal ramifications of your accident, especially if you need compensation for your pain and suffering. If anyone involved with the accident contacts you, refer them to your attorney. As much as you may want to discuss things, it’s always better to have an attorney do the talking.

It’s important to understand that there are many safety factors to consider before you even ride a motorcycle in Utah. You need to ensure you have the proper gear, a bike that fits your needs and your size, and you also need enough experience to ride safely and smart.

Riding a motorcycle may be one of the most rewarding things you ever do. There is a freedom to riding that can’t be matched in a car, wrapped in metal sitting comfortably in a seat. Imagine riding down a rural road, the breeze on your face, the smell of fresh strawberries in the fields you pass. All your daily worries will disappear as you focus on the road in front of you. Just remember that your safety is the most important thing, followed by knowing how to get assistance when you need it.

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