The number of motorcycle riders on U.S. roadways continues to grow thanks in part to the increase in female riders and retired baby boomers who want to give motorcycle riding a shot. While ridership numbers change, leading reasons for motorcycle accidents… Read More
There is no way to completely eliminate the dangers of riding a motorcycle, no matter how many precautions you take. However, if you learn about the common types of motorcycle crashes and what you can do to prevent them, you can help reduce your risk… Read More
Most people choose to ride a motorcycle because it allows drivers and passengers a freedom and openness that a passenger vehicle cannot offer.
However, this exposure leaves a motorcycle driver (operator) and his or her passenger (rider) vulnerable to… Read More
In this month's issue of the PKSD newsletter, our personal injury lawyers discuss the importance of motorcycle safety and insurance as the number of motorcyclists throughout the country continues to grow.
According to the U.S. Department of Transportation… Read More
With less protection, motorcycle riders face more danger on the roadway than those who travel in automobiles. Unfortunately, too many drivers fail to operate safely when sharing the road with motorcycles.
If you or a loved one has been injured while… Read More
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and PKSD would like to remind drivers of cars, trucks and buses to share the road with motorcycle riders.
There has been an increase in motorcycle deaths every year for the past 14 years with the exception of… Read More
The study found that for-profit nursing homes tend to have more deficiencies than non-profit nursing homes. But they did not find statistically significant proof that for-profit nursing homes that were purchased by private investment companies experienced… Read More
A 31-year-old Sun Prairie man was seriously injured Tuesday afternoon when he crashed his motorcycle into a car that had pulled out in front of him.
The motorcyclist, Andrew Morgan, suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries in the crash, which… Read More
A University of Rochester Medical study found that aging bikers are more likely to be injured or killed as a result of a motorcycle accident than younger riders.
The study surveyed 61,689 motorcyclists aged 17 to 89 and found that aging motorcycle riders were… Read More
The recent death of 58-year-old Leroy Hood from Waukesha marked one of the first Wisconsin motorcycle deaths of 2009. His motorcycle accident and subsequent death is a sobering reminder of how careful motorcycle riders must be while enjoying their hobby.
Past… Read More