Long Island ABATE, Inc. Aims and Purposes


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  • To review and inform members about federal, state and local levels of government motorcycle legislation and to promote favorable motorcycle legislation.
  • To improve road conditions thus making roads safer for motorcyclists
  • To help prevent accidents through education and public awareness massachusetts motorcycle accident lawyers will provide advice
  • To promote positive community relations
  • To promote political involvement of motorcyclists
  • Information about the michigan law for uninsured motorists
  • To act as a legislative liaison between motorcyclists and government authorities, police departments, government agencies, insurance companies, and other organizations.
  • To report and discourage biased news reporting about motorcyclists
  • Learn more about how to share the road with motorcycles
  • To present and promote a better image of motorcycling

More than 1,100 motorcycle accidents were analyzed over 18 years. Many of these accidents led to a spinal cord injury. Their results showed that: In more than 10 percent of the accidents, the rider suffered a serious spinal cord injury. People with spinal cord injuries may experience a loss of function around the body. This loss of function can be permanent However, some people do make a full recovery. Spinal cord injuries can cause secondary conditions, such as pressure sores and blood clots. if you were hurt during an accident causing you this complications, hire this spinal cord injury lawyer who can help you with an insurance claim and also getting a legal compensation from the responsible driver. 

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