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Who Is At Fault in Most Motorcycle Accidents?

Posted on July 19, 2021 in
Motorcycle accidents are unfortunately common in the United States, leading to thousands of injuries and fatalities each year. In these collisions, determining the cause and the responsible party is important—in fault insurance states like Oregon, the at-fault party is financially liable for the damages of their victims.  Many people, including insurance companies and motorists,...
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Where Do Most Motorcycle Accidents Occur in Oregon?

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Motorcycle accidents can occur at any time, in any place—including Oregon. These collisions can result in very serious injuries and devastating fatalities, leading to financial hardship, emotional trauma, and severe physical pain. Due to the nature of these accidents, motorcycle crashes are more likely to occur in certain locations than others. If you are...
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What to Do After a Motorcycle Accident

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If you are injured in an Oregon motorcycle accident, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Oregon is a fault-based accident state, requiring negligent drivers to pay for their victims’ damages through an insurance claim or lawsuit.  However, motorcyclists are often subject to additional scrutiny during the claims process—and the actions you take immediately...
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What Time Do Most Motorcycle Accidents Occur?

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Motorcycle accidents can result in devastating consequences. Depending on the severity and cause of the collision, motorcycle accident victims can suffer severe injuries that require extensive medical care and lengthy recovery times. Statistics show that certain locations and times of day see higher numbers of motorcycle collisions than others. It is important for Oregon...
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What Compensation Should I Get If I Am in a Motorcycle Accident?

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Oregon is a fault insurance state, holding negligent drivers financially responsible for the harm they caused their victims—including motorcyclists. Through an insurance claim or lawsuit, you can hold the at-fault driver accountable and recover compensation for certain losses, known as damages.  These damages vary based on the circumstances surrounding your accident, so it can...
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