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I love riding my motorcycle in the Bloomington area and I’m getting ready to get back on my bike now that the weather is warmer. Are other drivers aware that more riders are going to be on the road?


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Car and truck drivers should be aware of motorcyclists during every season. However, the sad truth is that car and truck drivers are often oblivious to motorcyclists and do not take appropriate precautions to avoid serious and potentially fatal accidents.

You can’t make other drivers see you, you can’t prevent other drivers from being distracted, and you can’t prevent all Illinois motorcycle accidents. Part of the responsibility for avoiding serious crashes rests with other drivers.

Accordingly, it is important to know what to do if you are injured in an Illinois motorcycle crash. After you get medical help, it is important to think about your legal rights and potential recovery. An experienced Bloomington motorcycle accident lawyer may be able to help you get damages for your past, current and future:

  • Medical expenses (including doctors’ appointments, hospitalizations, surgeries, medications and other expenses)
  • Rehabilitation costs (such as physical therapy, occupational therapy or speech therapy).
  • Lost income.
  • Out-of-pocket costs.
  • Physical pain and emotional suffering.

While you can’t stop other drivers from causing motorcycle wrecks, you can help raise awareness. If you would like to get a free “Watch for Motorcycles” window cling to help raise awareness then please order one from our website today. We also invite you to call us directly at 309-862-4800 or 866-532-4800.

If you've been involved in a truck accident contact us online or call us directly at 800.800.5678 to schedule your free consultation.

Jason F. Abraham
Managing Partner, Hupy and Abraham

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