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What are the differences between motorcycle accident cases and cases with only passenger vehicles?

In regards to the traffic laws, how they apply to the motorists, and how the cases are handled, there is no difference between accidents involving motorcycles and accidents with only passenger vehicles. Whether a motorist is operating a motorcycle, truck, four-door car, or SUV, they are held to the same driving laws and expectations. The only difference is that motorcycle accident victims may be able to obtain more compensation as these kinds of accidents typically cause more damage as far as injuries and property loss.

For more information about recovering damages, contact a Wisconsin motorcycle accident attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 today and schedule a free consultation.

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