Waldron, Fann & Parsley, Attorneys at Law
Contact us for a Free Consultation 615-809-0023
Trusted Legal Representation Serving Middle Tennessee Since 1973

Motorcycle Accidents Archives

Is a 3-wheeled bike safer than a motorcycle?

Three-wheeled vehicles have been growing more popular, especially with elderly riders who used to ride motorcycles and no longer feel safe doing so. People also enjoy their sporty looks and the way that some, like the Polaris Slingshot, have bucket seats like a car. But is this three-wheeled vehicle safer than a motorcycle?

How motorcyclists can spot hazards before a crash

There are many hazards that can cause a motorcycle crash in the span of a few seconds, from gravel on the pavement through a sharp turn to another driver turning left and cutting through the bike's travel lane. No matter what hazards riders are facing, the best thing they can do is to remember to look further ahead of the bike and to slow down until they're riding as far as they are able to see.

Tennessee motorcycle crash leaves one dead, one injured

Riding a motorcycle in Tennessee is always a risk. Riders don't have 3,000 to 6,000 pounds of metal wrapped around their body with a seat belt and an airbag to hold them in place. Many riders are passionate about their bikes and riding. They accept some that risk for the added experience riding a motorcycle brings with it. The sense of connectedness to their surroundings and the road. The feel of the wind on their face and the feedback from the bike.

  • The National Trial Lawyers | Top 40 under 40
  • NAFDD Superior DWI Attorney
  • NAFDD Superior DUI Attorney
  • NAFDD Superior OVI Attorney
  • RCCBA Rutherford and Cannon Co. Bar Association
  • Tennessee Association For Justice Member 2015- 2016
  • TBA Tennessee Bar Association