Most motorcycle accidents have a clear-cut cause—a driver’s car makes physical contact with the motorcycle, causing injury to the motorcyclist. But that’s not always the case. There are also instances when a driver causes a motorcycle accident without ever making contact with the motorcycle itself. Essentially, a no-contact motorcycle accident is just like a traditional motorcycle accident. The issue at hand, however, is not the collision of two vehicles, but the negligence of a driver and/or rider.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a motorcycle accident, even if there was no collision involved. A motorcycle accident in San Francisco at Allegiance Law is adept at helping clients recover damages due to them and offers a free, no-obligation case review at your convenience.