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“During my career, I have been privileged to work with the top lawyers in the country and in the world. Most recently, I am working with a national company that funds medical care for those injured in motor vehicle accidents, and I have become acquainted with the top lawyers across the country in the personal injury market. In that capacity, I have been privileged to get to know Nathaniel “Nate” Preston, and the team of lawyers and staff at Warnock MacKinlay Law in Arizona. I can state without reservation that if I needed a personal injury attorney in Arizona, I could call a premier law firm like this one.”
-F. Lee Baily, Famous Attorney For the Defense of O.J. Simpson
“We have worked with Nate Preston and his team at Warnock MacKinlay Law for years. We could not ask for a better partner. They are thoughtful, smart, hardworking, and above all else good people. Whether you are a client looking for representation or a lawyer looking to refer a case, I highly recommend Warnock MacKinlay Law.”
-Todd Richheimer, Managing Partner at Lawfty Law
“The lawyers at Warnock MacKinlay Law are skilled litigators who I trust to effectively prosecute claims and get results.”
- Nicholas Bender, Partner at Bender Day Cullimore
“As a partner in one of the larger law firms in Arizona I have had the pleasure of working with Nate Preston and the attorneys at Warnock MacKinlay Law for over four years on a substantial basis. Their professionalism, attention to detail, understanding of the personal injury/automobile accident industry and concern for clients is second to none. Without hesitation, I would recommend Warnock MacKinlay Law to any client or other law firm seeking quality representation and great results.”
-David Bacon, Partner at Davis, Miles, McGuire and Gardner
“Nathaniel is an extremely knowledgeable personal injury attorney and a strong advocate for his clients. I do not hesitate at all in endorsing him.”
-Alexander Silkman, Founder Silkman Law Firm
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COMMON MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT INJURY QUESTIONS
The amount of money you will ultimately recover depends on a variety of issues, the most important of which is the nature of your injuries caused by the accident and the comprehensive medical treatment you receive for those injuries. At Warnock MacKinlay Law, we seek reimbursement for any or all of the following:
- Medical expenses
- Lost income
- Lost earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of love and support
- Mental and emotional distress
- Disfigurement and scarring
- Permanent impairment and disability
- Property damage.
Riders are expected to behave in a manner consistent with that of other drivers. This indicates that a motorcycle driver has the same right to the full use of a lane as any other driver and must abide by all other traffic laws in Arizona.
These are some of the rules of the road for motorcyclists and other motorists:
- Obeying to all traffic signs
- Observing speed limits
- Giving way to emergency vehicles
- Stopping in a crosswalk for any pedestrians
- Having functioning brake lights or using turn signals as needed
People who are riding motorcycles have one additional advantage on the road, though. They can use the HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) lane at any time, whether they are riding alone or carrying a passenger.
– Each motorcycle must be covered by an Arizona motorcycle insurance policy, and within 15 days of purchase, each motorcycle must be registered with the MVD. Registration is necessary in order to obtain your motorcycle license plate, and registration requires proof of insurance. Driving a motorcycle is prohibited without a license plate and registration.
– According to ARS § 28-964 of Arizona motorcycle helmet law, anyone under the age of 18 who is operating or riding a motorcycle is required to wear a helmet.
Motorcycle riders have two helmet options: full face and three-quarters. Helmets must be defect-free and adhere to state and Department of Transportation requirements, which call for a snug fit on the head.
– Arizona law outlines extra safety standards necessary when operating a motorcycle in addition to the helmet regulations. When operating a motorcycle, a rider must always wear eye protection of some kind, such as safety glasses, goggles, or a clear face shield. However, if the motorcycle has a fixed windshield or windscreen that provides protection, eye protection is not required.
Both the motorcycle driver and the passenger must have seats and footrests. In addition, motorcycles must have working handlebars, rearview mirrors, and headlamps.