Date: April 17, 2012

Spring has sprung and the Harleys are humming.  Motorcycles are great fun and recreation.  However, did you know that the human mind is not wired to see motorcycles at intersections.  We are programmed to look out for two headlights and a grill.  In many cases, Defendants will simply admit that they never even saw the motorcyclist that they crashed into.  With this in mind, I am reminding all motorcyclists to wear your helmets and be on the look out for cars at intersections.  Do not presume that a car is going to stop for you.  To drivers of cars, remember to take that extra second at the stop sign. Don’t just look for cars, but look for our friends on their two wheeled rides also.  If an unfortunate accident does happen with a motorcycle causing serious or catastrophic injuries, Remember: Injury? Call DLP!  Brian G. Price, Esquire

Brian Price
Brian has been practicing law in Northeastern Pennsylvania for the past 25 years. In 2000 he became partner in Dougherty Leventhal & Price, L.L.P. He is Board Certified in Trial Advocacy, named a Super Lawyer and sits on the Board of Governors in Philadelphia.