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Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists in Michigan must adhere to a specific set of rules and laws.  A motorcycle is not considered a “motor vehicle” according to Michigan’s no-fault law; however, individuals injured on motorcycles certainly have many benefits and protections under the law.

Individuals who have been injured while riding a motorcycle can unfortunately sustain very serious injuries as a result of the weight of the motorcycle and the lack of protection surrounding the rider.  Statistics have shown that a motorcyclist is at a much higher risk of being injured or dying in a motorcycle accident than an occupant of an automobile would be.

Michigan requires an additional endorsement on a driver’s license to allow a person to legally operate a motorcycle on the streets of Michigan.  The reason is that it is different driving a motorcycle compared to driving a car.  James O. Elliott is a motorcycle endorsed driver and has owned and driven motorcycles on and off road for many years.  He is well-informed concerning the laws relating to motorcycle accidents and has the experience to handle even the most difficult cases.

Click here to contact Attorney James O. Elliott for a free legal consultation. He looks forward to speaking with you.

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