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Motorcycle Accidents

Any Accident. Any Injury. Anywhere.

Motorcycle Accidents

Contact Us For:

  • Biomechanics of Injury
  • Collision Dynamics Analysis
  • Damage Assessment
  • Forensic Analysis of Operator Medical Records
  • Forensic Mapping of Physical Evidence
  • Highway Design & Traffic Control Analysis
  • Human Factors Forensics
  • Impact Severity Analysis
  • Motorcycle Accident Investigations and Reconstructions
  • Motorcycle Conspicuity Assessment
  • Motorcycle Crash Kinematics
  • Operator Visibility/Conspicuity
  • Site Evidence Mapping
  • Speed Analysis

In 2006, 11.3% of all accident fatalities were motorcycle riders. In 2006, 4,810 motorcycle riders died in traffic accidents.

From 2002 to 2006, motorcycle deaths increased by 47%.

Motorcyclists are 32 times more likely to die in a traffic accident than passenger vehicle occupants.

Head injury is a leading cause of death in motorcycle crashes.

In 2005, 34% of all motorcycle operators involved in fatal crashes were speeding, compared to 22% of passenger car drivers.

Between 2005 and 2006, motorcycle rider fatalities increased by 5.1 percent...from 4,576 in 2005 to 4,810 in 2006.

Expect a different level of conversation with LISKE Accident and Injury Experts.