What Can You Do In The Aftermath Of A Motorcycle Accident?
Dealing with an accident can be stressful monetarily, physically and mentally. it can reduce stress and both short and long term consequences by preparing a motorcyclist to deal with an accident.
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Month: August 2014

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Motorcycle accidents are an, unfortunately, common occurrence on roadways. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the number of motorcycle accidents two years ago reached up to 2,065 which is the highest number of the decade. 98 of these accidents were fatal with a total of 104 people being killed and 2,404 being injured. Therefore,…

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People who are employed in Kansas City, Missouri, may eventually end up in a situation where it becomes necessary to know what the options are for workplace incidents. Accidents happen and some aren’t always preventable, so knowing what their possibilities are may help workers bounce back from these incidents with greater ease. According to the…

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In Kansas City, Missouri, there are some people who may end up getting behind the wheel after drinking. This may be because of an underestimation of how much alcohol has been consumed, but it could still lead to drunk driving accidents even if a person thinks that they have not been drinking too much. Repeat offenders get…

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There are some in Kansas City who may enjoy spending their nights out on the town. However, some people could end up drinking a little too much and getting behind the wheel of their car anyway. This can result in drunk driving accidents which can bring moderate to severe consequences along with them, depending on the extent…

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