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Getting Your Motorcycle Ready for Spring

Even if you fully winterized your motorcycle back in November, taking it out for spring involves some degree of maintenance. As the weather warms up and you consider going for a ride, check your bike first using the following points: The Basics: Each motorcycle has unique maintenance requirements, so before taking your vehicle out, read…

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3 Tips to Safely Ride Your Motorcycle in Cool Weather

When the temperatures drop, many put their motorcycle away in storage for the next few months. But there are a handful of die-hard riders that continue through the winter season. Like taking your car out on the road, riding a two-wheeled vehicle through wintry conditions has its pitfalls. However, the risks are often specific: Motorcycle…

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How Does a Motorcycle Accident Claim Differ from Other Motor Vehicle Lawsuits?

You get into an accident with another vehicle on the road. At the scene, you take the other driver’s information, document everything with pictures, and obtain addresses and names from witnesses. Then, not long after, you proceed to contact your insurance company and see a doctor to be examined for injuries beyond scrapes and bruises….

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Atty. Keith Trantolo Reaches a $465,000 Settlement in Motorcycle Accident Case

Within the vast range of personal injury cases, Trantolo & Trantolo’s lawyers handle motorcycle and vehicular accident claims. Recently, Attorney Keith Trantolo reached a $465,000 settlement concerning such an incident in Middletown. According to court documents for Christopher Bove v. Robert Francis, Jr., Bove had been riding his motorcycle on Newfield Street in Middletown when…

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You Didn’t See Me

By Anonymous Biker But, You Didn’t See Me I saw you, hug your purse closer to you in the grocery store line. But, you didn’t see me, put an extra $10.00 in the collection plate last Sunday. I saw you, pull your child closer when we passed each other on the sidewalk. But, you didn’t…

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