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New Hampshire Motorcycle Accidents and Health Insurance Liens

If you have sustained serious bodily injury in a motorcycle accident in New Hampshire, the medical bills associated with those injuries can be significant. Often times the medical bills may have been paid by your health insurance company. Now, your health insurance company has a lien against your injury settlement or verdict, and is entitled to be reimbursed for the medical bills they paid on your behalf. Many motorcycle insurance policies sold in New Hampshire carry little or no medical payment coverage. As such, an injured rider’s health insurance is often called upon to pay the medical bills resulting from the motorcycle collision...

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The Do's and Don't After a Motorcycle Accident

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) reported that nearly 4,800 people died and 87,000 people were injured in motorcycle accidents in 2006. While we hope you are never involved in a motorcycle collision, knowing what to do, and what not to do, after an accident occurs is important to every motorcyclist...

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Why Motorcycle Accidents Differ from Auto Accidents

Motorcycle riders and their passengers are exposed to the possibility of great bodily harm when an accident occurs; more so than people traveling in an automobile. Motorcycle accidents are frequently caused by automobile drivers who simply do not see the motorcycles. According to national studies, automobile drivers sometimes cut motorcycle riders off, turn into their path, or violate their right of way...

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National Traffic Safety Board Recommends National Helmet Law

The National Transportation Safety Board ("NTSB") has recommended legislation that would require all motorcyclists and their passengers to wear safety helmets. The NTSB recommends that motorcyclists should be required to not only wear a helmet, but a specific kind of helmet – namely a FMVSS 218 compliant helmet. These specific helmets are designed with a hard outer shell, an impact-attenuating liner, and a retention system to protect the head.

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