Once again, another distracted driver has caused the death of a motorcycle driver by failing to stop and rear ending him. Although Illinois has no helmet law, the article likes to point fault at the motorcyclist for failing to wear a helmet instead of placing blame on the motorist who rear ended him. Please pay attention to what is going on in front of you, along side of you and behind you when driving a motorcycle. Always leave yourself an out so you can avoid drivers that don’t see you and call the motorcycle riding lawyers of The Horwitz Law Group if you or anybody you know needs personal injury representation. Call us at 312-641-9200.
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