Many Americans, including Floridians, enjoy riding motorcycles for pleasure, as well as for basic transportation. These vehicles offer a variety of advantages, such as low operating costs and the ability to move quickly through even the densest traffic. Unfortunately, motorcycles also have a downside, which includes higher risks of accidents with greater chances of serious injuries and death.
During a motorcycle crash, riders and their passengers usually suffer the most severe consequences. They can incur devastating injuries, including injuries to the spinal cord or brain, or even multiple broken bones. For this reason, Florida riders are advised to take extra precautions to prevent accidents. However, other motorists should also exercise the same level of safety. If they don't they can be held liable if they cause a motorcycle accident.
Motorcycles may be a favorite way to travel for many Floridians, but almost all of them can tell stories about close calls that could have ended their lives or certainly put them into a hospital with severe injuries. Unfortunately, these vehicles do not offer the same protection as cars and other motor vehicles do, so riders generally fare poorly in the typical motorcycle accident.