Whether you're riding a Chopper, a Suzuki, or a Harley-Davidson, your motorcycle wasn't built with seatbelts or airbags to help prevent injuries in the case of a New Mexico motorcycle accident.
With less protection, it's understandable why the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to die in an accident than people in passenger vehicles.
Motorcyclists have several disadvantages on the roadway. Not only do they have less protection in the event of an accident, motorcyclists also have the disadvantage of a bad reputation. Motorcyclists are often unfairly labeled as careless, speedy drivers.
Rich and Jon don't think you should have to pay for that reputation if you have been injured by another driver's carelessness. You have equal rights to the roadway, and Rich and Jon will make sure you get equal justice in the courtroom.