NEW JERSEY MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYERS: MOTORCYCLE SAFETY AWARENESS MONTH

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has designated the month of May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. This month, the NHTSA aims to raise public awareness and promote motorcycle safety with campaigns reminding drivers to share the road with motorcycles and warning motorcyclists of the danger of riding a motorcycle while impaired by alcohol.

Motorcyclists are urged to take precautions to make sure they are visible to drivers, and drivers of all other vehicles are reminded to share the road safely with motorcyclists to avoid potential accidents. Statistics show that alcohol plays a major role in many motorcycle accident fatalities. Operating a motorcycle while impaired affects a rider’s coordination and balance and can easily lead to a deadly motorcycles crash.

If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident in New Jersey, Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow & McElroy will review your case at no charge to determine your best course of legal action. You may be entitled to significant compensation for your injuries or loss. Call 732-777-0100 today or contact us online for your free consultation with a New Jersey motorcycle accident lawyer.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has designated the month of May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. This month, the NHTSA aims to raise public awareness and promote motorcycle safety with campaigns reminding drivers to share the road with motorcycles and warning motorcyclists of the danger of riding a motorcycle while rel=”nofollow” >impaired by alcohol.

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Daryl L. Zaslow

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