Riding a motorcycle this time of year is supposed to be relaxing and fun. Unfortunately, a lack of motorcycle awareness often places motorcyclists in real danger of being involved in a serious Motorcycle accident. When this happens, serious injuries or death can result. Even a seemingly minor bump can be deadly to a motorcyclist. Unfortunately, one Massachusetts man is fighting for his life after such an accident.
Riding a motorcycle can be a fun, relaxing experience. The bike's small size, however, makes their riders susceptible to serious injuries or death when an accident occurs. When there is a failure to yield on the part of another driver, or a lack of motorcycle awareness, these incidents can happen in the blink of an eye. One of these tragic accidents occurred recently in Bridgewater, surely leaving a family and the community shocked.
As the weather gets warmer and warmer, motorcycle drivers venture out on the roads of Massachusetts. These drivers are particularly vulnerable to suffering serious and even catastrophic injuries, should they be involved in a collision with a car or truck.
As the weather warms up for spring, more and more venture outside to enjoy the beautiful scenery that Massachusetts offers to its residents. The warmer temperatures bring out many more pedestrians, bicycle riders, and motorcyclists.
This blog has reported on how even the most experienced and careful Massachusetts motorcycle riders are vulnerable to catastrophic injuries and sometimes even fatalities on the road. A 66-year-old man from Beverly is the latest victim. His motorcycle reportedly collided with a truck, and he was pronounced dead at Lawrence General Hospital following the tragic motorcycle accident.
The hot summer weather brings more and more motorcycle drivers to Massachusetts' roads. Even when they take every safety precaution, these drivers are especially vulnerable to suffering from catastrophic injuries and even death when a negligent driver crosses their path.
The driver school adage of "watch out for the other guy" may be even truer for motorcyclists than for automobile drivers. Due to lack of physical protection, the driver of a motorcycle is inherently more vulnerable to injury, should an accident occur.