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The tragic loss of a loved one to a motorcycle accident has prompted a Toledo, Ohio, family to not only focus on offering Motorcycle Safety Tips to riders, but also make the public more aware of the importance of vigilance while driving.
A story from northwestohio.com stated that on August 30, 2013, the victim was traveling eastbound along Dorr Street in Toledo, Ohio, when a vehicle heading south on Richards failed to yield the right of way at a flashing red light. The two vehicles collided, resulting in the eastbound motorist being killed.
The loss prompted the victim’s family to hold a vigil outside the Toledo courthouse in an effort to make the public more aware of the importance of vigilance while driving and sharing the road with motorcycles.
The incident leaves many wondering what can be done to prevent motorcycle accidents from occurring. The Ohio Personal Injury Attorneys with the law firm of Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy explain taking a motorcycle safety course can be beneficial to both novice and experienced riders. These sessions can equip new riders with the skills they need to stay safe, while offering a refresher to those who have ridden for longer periods of time.
Studies also show that wearing protective gear, such as a helmet, eye protection, and a sturdy leather jacket, can significantly reduce the chances of injury or death in the event an accident does occur.
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