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Rallies held for motorcycle awareness

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation reports that in 2008, 40 percent of motorcycle accidents involved at least one other vehicle. Statistics are not available for 2009. The Wisconsin towns of Sheboygan and Cascade are hosting rallies this week to raise awareness and implore drivers to share the road with motorcycles.

The event organizer said that in most motorcycle crashes involving another vehicle, the other vehicle violated the motorcycle’s right of way. In addition to events, participants will park their motorcycles at the side of the road and hold signs to make drivers aware of their presence. According to the organizer, the purpose of the event is simply to remind drivers that motorcycles use the road too.

Motorcycle accidents can be serious, especially if they are caused by inattentive vehicle drivers. If you or someone you know has been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, the multiple-vehicle motorcycle accident attorneys of Wisconsin, by calling 800-242-2874.