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Los Angeles Motorcycle Accident Attorney, Farhad Hamdam, Helps Victims of Motorcycle Accidents Recoup Damages

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LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorney, Farhad Hamdam, is now assisting victims for motorcycle accidents. The high rate of motorcycle accidents in Los Angeles creates a serious risk of injury or death for riders. In addition to the immediate medical costs involved with an accident, many riders suffer permanent disability following an accident.

About Farhad Hamdam, Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Los Angeles

Farhad Hamdam, Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorney, understands the unique challenges that face victims and loved ones in regards to motorcycle related vehicular accidents. Motorcycle riders are not well protected on a bike, even when wearing a helmet and other protective gear, leaving riders and passengers more vulnerable to short and long term injury and trauma. Those who survive an accident may suffer from permanent disability that may involve extensive medical costs and other expenses. As a Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorney, Farhad Hamdam has the experience necessary to help gain a fair settlement for motorcycle accident victims due to negligence of others. Visit http://www.motorcycleaccidentattorney-losangeles.com for more information about the services provided by this attorney.

In a 2010 publication, the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) noted that motorcycle accident deaths continue to increase despite safety gear requirements. Los Angeles County motorcycle accident statistics show an increase in fatalities and severe injuries to motorcycle riders, mostly due to head injuries. When it comes to comparing motorcycle riders to other motor vehicle occupants, those on motorcycles are 8 times more likely to be injured and 34 times more likely to die from an accident than those who are inside other types of motor vehicles.

California motorcycle laws are some of the strictest in the country. However, with more motorcycle riders on the road every year, there are increased risks for vehicular collisions. Motorcycles are more difficult to control than other types of motor vehicles. Road and weather conditions add to this difficulty. Drivers of other motor vehicles often have a hard time seeing motorcycles, leading to an increased risk of accidents, as more than half of fatal motorcycle crashes resulted from a collision with another type of motor vehicle.

Website: http://www.motorcycleaccidentattorney-losangeles.com

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