Laws on the Road: What’s the Smallest Street-Legal Motorcycle?
August 7, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycles provide a fun way to commute and get around town. Florida, like every other state, has state-specific laws regarding motorcycles. Not all motorcycles are allowed on the road, and riders must follow certain laws to legally operate a motorcycle. While motorcycles are exciting, riders are also accident-prone. If you experience a motorcycle accident...Read more
What is Lane Splitting?
July 28, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
Florida’s glorious weather means that motorcycles are on the roads year-round. Whether it is a fair perception or not, motorcycle riders often have a bad reputation amongst their fellow travelers. This sentiment isn’t helped by the practice of lane splitting, where motorcycle riders weave in and out of vehicles in the normal flow of...Read more
What Are the Odds of Surviving a Motorcycle Accident?
July 12, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
If you get on a motorcycle today and drive 20 miles to visit a friend, what are the odds that you will get into an accident and die? The answer is simple. There is no way to know. But if you ask what the odds are that you will die in a motorcycle accident...Read more
How Likely Are You to Get in a Motorcycle Accident in Miami, FL?
June 10, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
It’s hard to beat the sheer excitement of flying down a Miami highway on a motorcycle. The openness of the bike and freedom of agility when weaving in and out of traffic is part of what makes motorcycles so exhilarating — but this is also why motorcycle accidents can be so dangerous. Although bikes...Read more
Why All Motorcycle Riders in Miami Should Wear a Helmet Camera
May 25, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
In Florida, state law requires all motorcycle drivers to wear a helmet unless they are 21 years old and are covered by insurance for at least $10,000 in medical benefits. While this law requires a helmet, it says nothing about a helmet camera. In fact, motorcycle helmet cameras aren’t mentioned anywhere in state law....Read more
Do You Have to Wear a Motorcycle Helmet in Miami, FL?
March 15, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
With its gorgeous year-round weather, Miami, FL, is the perfect place to ride a motorcycle. However, a motorcycle accident can be dangerous or even fatal without a helmet. Many motorcycle riders wonder just what Miami’s helmet laws are and the penalties for not abiding by them. Helmet Laws in Florida Motorcycle helmet laws apply...Read more
Can Kids Legally Ride on Backs of Motorcycles in Miami, FL?
February 16, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
Miami weather makes it enjoyable to ride a motorcycle all year. Plus, traveling on a bike can make getting through tough Miami traffic a lot easier. Adults have so much fun on bikes that kids often want to share in the fun, too. This leaves many parents wondering how old their child should be...Read more
Facts About Road Rash You Need to Know
February 7, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
If the term “road rash” sounds unpleasant, that’s because it is. As one of the more common injuries suffered by motorcycle accident victims, road rash may leave a person with swelling, bleeding, and even nerve cell damage. Fortunately, most cases of road rash are considered minor. But sufferers can experience more extreme injuries as...Read more
Is a Motorcycle Really Worth the Cost?
January 20, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
Has a shiny new motorcycle been a long-awaited dream of yours? If so, you’re not alone. Most thrill-seekers and adventurers long for the day they can hop on a bike and take off on the open road. But in these uncertain times, you may wonder if you need to refocus your priorities. Perhaps you’ve...Read more
I’ve Been Hurt in a Miami Motorcycle Accident – Do I Need a Lawyer?
October 31, 2021 | Sagi Shaked | Motorcycle Accidents
Exercising caution when riding a motorcycle in Miami is extremely important. Statistics indicate that motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to lose their lives in an accident than drivers or passengers in other types of motor vehicles. Motorcyclists are not protected by the exterior frame of their vehicles like other motorists. Therefore, even if...Read more