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Car-Collision-with-Motorcyclists-300x232A few days ago a New Hampshire married couple, both 59 years old, was injured after a car driven by a 19-year old collided with their motorcycle in Casco. Adam White suffered non life-threatening injuries while his wife, a passenger on his motorcycle –suffered serious injuries and was flown to Central Main Medical Center. The driver of the car that collided with the Continue reading →

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New-to-Riding-225x300As the weather warms, we know new motorcycle riders are anxious to get on the roads and test out their new bikes. Before you do, though, we have compiled some basic things you should know before you do. Continue reading →

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What-the-NHTSA-Says-About-Motorcycle-Safety-300x200Enjoying the “freedom of the road” on a motorcycle, unfortunately, does not come “free.” According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclists are 27 times as likely to be killed in a motorcycle or vehicle crash than car passengers. And even if you aren’t a motorcycle rider or you are one but have never been involved in a crash, society as a whole pays for over three-quarters of crash costs through insurance premiums, taxes, and congestion-related costs. In Continue reading →

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Why-do-Motorcyclists-Need-an-Attorney-After-a-Collision-300x200Motorcycle accidents in New Hampshire are always a scary experience and can lead to significant injuries or fatalities. Regardless of whether or not you caused the accident or partially caused it, you need or could greatly benefit from an experienced motorcycle accident attorney in New Hampshire. There are several reasons for this, namely: bias toward motorcycles, lack of knowledge of motorcycles, and insurance companies who manipulate the latter two reasons – these things together or separate can create conditions where either an insurance adjuster or a jury can justify reducing or denying compensation.

Below is a brief discussion on why you should consider a trusted motorcycle attorney in New Hampshire if or when you get into an accident.

Stereotypes of Motorcyclists & Its Impact on New Hampshire Auto Accidents

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Tenn-motorcycle-accident-300x236If you’re a New Hampshire motorcyclist, you’re likely aware of just how dangerous and scary a motorcycle accident can be. According to the Insurance Information Institute, even skilled, defensive motorcyclists are at heightened risk of crashes—for several reasons.

They’re open vehicles. They’re smaller and less visible to other motorists on the road. They require a different and more precise mental and physical skill-set than other vehicles. Motorcyclists also tend to exhibit a higher vulnerability to adverse road conditions and poor weather than people in closed vehicles.

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Tenn-Motorcycle-injury-page-300x179While New Hampshire motorcycle enthusiasts may reap the benefits of enjoying the open road, there are definite dangers that affect motorcycles more than others. Being a motorcyclist is risky. It doesn’t help that the type of injuries that even a skilled, defensive motorcyclist can sustain tend to cause a disproportionate amount of damage, pain, and suffering compared to closed-vehicle accidents.

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, in 2018, the number of motorcyclist (or motorcycle passenger) deaths was almost 27 times the number of deaths in cars per mile traveled. This is partially because the Continue reading →

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There’s nothing like riding your motorcycle through often hazardous, winding, twisting roads of the Granite State to take in the scenery and fresh air. But even more enjoyable is riding with a group of your friends. You can enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow motorcycle enthusiasts, plan a route that takes you all on a breath-taking route, and even stop at a restaurant, café, or gas station to enjoy a meal to refuel yourselves and your bikes.

What can you do to protect yourself and your fellow riders when riding in a group? There are several common-sense steps you and your fellow group riders should take.Group-Ride-300x154

Have a Meeting Before You Take to the Road

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Motorcycle accidents in New Hampshire are always a scary experience and can lead to significant injuries or fatalities. Regardless of whether or not you caused the accident or partially caused it, you need or could greatly benefit from an experienced motorcycle accident attorney in New Hampshire. There are several reasons for this, namely: bias toward motorcycles, lack of knowledge of motorcycles, and insurance companies who manipulate the latter two reasons – these things together or separate can create conditions where either an insurance adjuster or a jury can justify reducing or denying compensation.collision-300x169

Below is a brief discussion on why you should consider a trusted motorcycle attorney in New Hampshire if or when you get into an accident.

Stereotypes of Motorcyclists & Its Impact on New Hampshire Auto Accidents

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New Hampshire’s motto is “Live Free or Die.” This free-spirited proclivity is evident among New Hampshire’s motorcycle community. We love to ride on our open roads and take in the beautiful scenery that this State has to offer. In fact, we at Tenn And Tenn, PA enjoy our time out on the road, too, riding on our bikes. motorcycle-insurance-for-beginners-300x172

Restrictions on motorcyclists are few in New Hampshire, and this includes the absence of required motorcycle insurance. Unlike most other states, motorcyclists in New Hampshire are not required to carry an insurance policy. Your primary requirement is holding a motorcycle license or an endorsement of the same on your driver license.

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Motorcycles and rainy weather are not always the best combination, especially for inexperienced riders. We get a lot of rain this time of year, including the sudden and unexpected thunderstorm, so it is important to keep a few things in mind to help you stay safe on the road and prevent a motorcycle accident. Here are a few things you should know about rain and motorcycles.

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Keep handy at home a waterproof rain suit, gloves, and boots – all meant for riding in the rain. There are a lot of options, so make sure what you choose is comfortable and won’t restrict your movement while on your bike.

Wear your gear if you need to go somewhere and you know there is the chance of rain. Staying dry under the rain gear can aid in comfort and help you keep your mind on the road and your surroundings and not your soaked clothing.

Pay Extra Special Attention to Things to which You Already Need to be Paying Attention

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