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On behalf of Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr. posted in Motorcycle Accidents on Friday, December 15, 2017.

At the Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., we are aware that California motorcycle riders do not always get the respect they deserve when they head out on the road. However, we believe that your passion for riding should not have to come with an inordinate risk of catastrophic industry. This is one of the reasons we practice law: To make the road safer for everyone. Even though some changes must be enacted legally, there are still steps that you might want to take outside of the courtroom to make the roads a safer place for you. Getting some solid gear is one of the first recommendations we make to those interested in reducing their risk of injury. For example, while it may not protect you from the severe types of trauma that cause broken bones or spinal cord injuries, a quality jacket could save your skin from deep abrasions or road rash. These surface injuries might seem less important to you, but they have the potential to lead to serious infections or rack up hefty medical bills. Along with jackets, sturdy pants are an essential part of your protective gear. If you are having trouble finding pants, you feel comfortable wearing, consider custom upgrades. This Popular Mechanics beginner gear guide contains some information about how to get your favorite gear lined with fabric that resists tears, potentially protecting you from injuries related to motorcycle crashes. Even your best preparations might not prevent every injury. However, we believe that good gear can make a difference. Please visit our site on motorcycle accidents for more information.

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