What is a “No Contact” Motorcycle Accident?
Posted on April 27, 2022 in Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents often lead to significant injuries for motorcyclists and their passengers. In many cases, these incidents occur as a result of a collision with another vehicle on the roadway. However, there are times when “no contact” motorcycle accidents occur that can also lead to devastating consequences. Here, we want to define “no contact” motorcycle… read more
Can I File a Motorcycle Accident Claim in Oregon If I Wasn’t Wearing a Helmet?
Posted on April 25, 2022 in Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle helmets save lives. In fact, the state of Oregon requires that all motorcyclists wear a DOT-approved helmet in order to remain legal on the roadway. However, what happens if a motorcyclist sustains severe injuries in a motorcycle crash caused by another driver but they were not wearing a helmet? Can a motorcyclist still receive… read more
Is Lane Splitting Legal In Oregon?
Posted on July 13, 2020 in Motorcycle Accidents
If you own a motorcycle in Oregon, then your number one priority is probably safety. Motorcyclists enjoy riding their vehicles throughout this state. Unfortunately, the Oregon Department of Transportation states that there were more than 1,000 motorcycle crash injuries and 85 motorcycle crash fatalities reported during the latest year of data available. In nearby California,… read more
What Are the Oregon Motorcycle Laws Every Rider Should Know?
Posted on April 2, 2019 in Motorcycle Accidents
Obeying traffic and motorcycle laws in Oregon can help you stay out of legal trouble – and potentially avoid a vehicle accident. Following the rules can make your actions more predictable to surrounding drivers. This can help you prevent collisions related to lack of visibility, lane changes, and turns. Whether this is your first time… read more
Saddle Bag Causes Motorcycle Crash | Oregon Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Posted on February 17, 2015 in Defective Product Litigation,Motorcycle Accidents,Our Blog
A motorcyclist is in critical condition after his bag caught in the wheel of his bike, causing him to lose control. The man was on a day-long ride to eastern Oregon. On Sunday just outside of Warm Springs, four motorcyclists witnessed their friend go down in a catastrophic crash. One of the motorcyclists said he… read more