Motorcyclists and veterans around the nation were grieving one of the deadliest motorcycle wrecks in recent history after a pickup truck crashed into a convoy of bikers in New Hampshire, killing seven and injuring others. The riders, men and women alike, were all members of a motorcycle club called the Marine Jarheads MC.
One of the most common things that drivers say after they hit a motorcycle is that the bike "came out of nowhere." They then assume that the rider must have broken the speed limit and caused the accident. They can't understand how anything but speeding would have made them miss the bike.
Motorcyclists are particularly at risk on the road because there is no physical barrier of protection in the event of a collision. While many things can be done to prevent serious injury, such as driving responsibly and wearing appropriate motorcycle gear, accidents can happen to anyone.
If you have been involved in an accident when riding a motorcycle in the state of Texas, you may be worried about paying for the injuries you have experienced as a result. If you also have reason to believe that the other vehicle involved in the collision acted in a dangerous manner, it is likely that you will want to take action in order to hold them responsible.