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Motorcycle accidents during the Fourth of July

Motorcycle crashes happen at all times of year and there are many seasonal hazards, such as ice on the roads in the wintertime, that can make an accident more likely. During the summer months, many people enjoy taking their motorcycles out, especially on the Fourth of July. Although this can be an excellent way to celebrate the holiday, it can also result in a fatal collision or a crash that leaves a motorcyclist with devastating injuries. It is crucial to be vigilant if you plan on riding around the holiday.

The Fourth of July can bring an increased likelihood of a motorcycle crash for various reasons. First, many roadways see an increase in the amount of traffic due to the holiday, especially in certain areas (such as cities which have a popular firework display). It is crucial for motorcyclists to keep an eye out for reckless drivers and also realize that many people get behind the wheel while intoxicated on this holiday. From parties to family celebrations, some people drink or consume drugs and put lives at risk.

If you are struggling with the consequences of a motorcycle collision, you should know what your legal rights are and carefully consider which course of action to take. If a careless driver hit you or you were struck by someone who was intoxicated or going over the speed limit, you may consider filing a lawsuit. Our motorcycle accident injury section goes over more on the ins and outs of some of the consequences of accidents involving motorcyclists.

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