There is an assumption that motorcycle riders disappear in the Fall and Winter months. It is true that when the weather begins to cool down, fewer motorcycle accidents normally occur in the northeastern United States. Unlike...more
As thrilling and freeing as it may be, let’s face it: Riding a motorcycle can be dangerous. Especially in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, where road rage seems to be at an all-time high. As a motorcyclist, you...more
As many Los Angeles County residents have witnessed firsthand, motorcycle accidents are all too common. From the curves of Mulholland Drive to the Gridlock of the 405, motorcyclists and drivers compete for space on a...more
An employee’s motor scooter accident in her employer’s parking lot was a Workplace Safety and Insurance Board issue, so the employee was not entitled to sue the employer in the court, the Ontario Workplace Safety and...more
Studies have shown at the national level overall traffic fatalities have been declining year over year. For motorcyclists though, it's not such a rosy picture.
A report by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association or...more
A 30-year-old Costa Mesa man has died after colliding with a van driven by an unlicensed teen, according to a news report.
Even if you ride a motorcycle and have never been in an accident, it is likely that you know someone who has. Motorcyclists often blame the growing number of accidents on car drivers distracted by their cell phones, while car...more
A 27-year-old Santa Ana woman has been killed in a motorcycle crash on the 55 freeway, according to a news report.
The Seventh Circuit has a gift for lawyers looking to brush up on the Federal Rules of Evidence. It comes wrapped as last week’s decision in Jordan v. Binns, No. 11-2134 (7th Cir. Apr. 4, 2013), where the court examined...more
On February 22, 2013, FSCO released its appeal decision in Hodges v. Security National. The applicant was represented by Tammy Ring and Marc Flisfeder from the Toronto office of Lerners LLP’s personal injury group....more
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