Motorcycle Injury Lawyer Cyclist Accident Attorney Bronx & Brooklyn NYC Law Firm

A free consultation with a motorcycle accident injury attorney can be had by contacting the law office of Richard M. Kenny in New York City and its boroughs.

New York, United States - August 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Motorcycles can be a fun efficient means of transportation, particularly in a busy and bustling City like New York. Motorcycles make up a smaller percentage of motorist vehicles than other vehicle types like cars, vans, trucks, and SUVs. They also offer fewer protections, which is why motorcyclists need to always be on the lookout and aware of their surroundings. This is also why those injured in an accident while driving a motorcycle need the experience of a competent New York motorcycle injury attorney.

Persons who have been injured in personal injury accident well writing on a cycle in New York City should contact the Law Office of Richard M. Kenny in order to speak with a competent New York City Motorcycle injury accident attorney who specializes in cyclist accidents. The motorcycle accident legal team can be reached by visiting the firm’s Google Listing or by calling 212-421-0300 for a free consultation.

According to the New York City Motorcycle Safety study, which was a comprehensive study examining the state of motorcycle safety within the five boroughs of New York City, New York City DOT Examined all of the data available to determine what factors are most likely to result in motorcycle accidents and injuries. It turns out that only 2% of vehicles registered in New York City or motorcycles yet they account for around 40% of traffic fatalities in New York City. The fatal crash rate for motorcyclists In New York City proper is nearly twice the rate for New York State motorcyclists.

43% of cases that were fatalities involve the motorcycle rider who is not properly licensed to operate that vehicle.

56% of motorcycle rider fatalities were people under the age of 35.

Nearly 100% of motorcycle fatalities were men.

The most common time for motorcycle injury crashes we’re doing afternoon or evening hours and on the weekends. As one would expect, motorcycle injury crashes increase dramatically during the summer months, as that’s the most active time for motorcyclists to be driving.

Excessive alcohol use was less prevalent in motorcycle riders involved in fatal crashes In New York City then in the country at Large, and was also less prevalent in motorcycle accidents that involved fatalities then a most motor vehicle driver fatalities in New York City.

To speak with a

" target="_blank">motorcycle or bicycle accident personal injury attorney, call 212-421-0300 or visit the law firm of Richard M. Kenny at their website below

Contact Info:
Name: Richard M. Kenny
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Organization: The Law Office of Richard M. Kenny
Address: 875 6th Ave Suite #805, New York, New York 10001, United States
Phone: +1-212-421-0300
Website: https://www.rmkinjurylaw.com

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