Motorcycle Accidents in the U.S.: An Infographic for Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

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With spring upon, the weather warming and summer around the corner, more an d more motorcycle riders are hitting the roads. To help protect riders and prevent motorcycle crashes, federal transportation regulators and safety advocates have dedicated the month of May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.

Elaborating on this, U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx has explained1 that:

Motorcyclists will be out in force as the weather gets warmer, which is why May is the perfect month for Motorcycle Safety Awareness…Fatal crashes with motorcycles are on the rise. We all need to be more aware of motorcyclists in order to save lives and make sure we all ‘Share the Road.’

Supporting this cause, we at Brown & Brown are presenting the following infographic, which features some of the latest findings about the rate and causes of motorcycle crashes in the U.S.

While we invite you to share this infographic with others on social media for Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, we also encourage you to contact us ASAP if you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident – or any type of traffic collision. Our lawyers can advise you of your recovery options and provide you with zealous legal advocacy moving forward.

Motorcycle Accidents in the U.S.: An Infographic for Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Contact a St Louis Motorcycle Accident Lawyer at Brown & Brown Attorneys at Law

If you have been hurt in a motorcycle crash, contact a St Louis motorcycle accident lawyer at Brown & Brown Attorneys at Law. We have a long-standing commitment to serving our clients, and we are experienced at aggressively defending our clients’ rights in any legal setting.

To learn more about how we can help you, attend a free, no obligations initial consult with a St Louis lawyer at Brown & Brown. You can schedule this meeting by calling us at 573-333-3333 for our Missouri office or at 618-888-8888 for our Illinois office. You can also email us using the form at the right-hand side of the screen.