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Practice Braking.

Can brakes be too good? Technological advances in tires and brakes now mean that the best way to avoid a collision or fall is to straighten your bike’s steering, and brake.  But, many riders never practice their braking techniques and in accident situations, they may even react in a way that guarantees they will be injured more so than necessary.  It is imperative that you practice hard braking techniques for several different scenarios so that you will react properly in the event of an accident.

For a free, confidential consultation by telephone, call me today at 903-212-2822, or call our toll-free Injury Helpline at 800-750-5075.

Visit the Justice for Riders website a to read more safety tips.  If you have additional questions or would like to speak to a motorcycle accident attorney about recovering for your injuries, contact our office to schedule a free consultation.

Latest PSA turning helmets and heads

Have you seen our latest Public Service Announcement in Albuquerque, New Mexico on I-25, near the Jefferson Exit? It’s turning lots of helmets and heads. A news report done on KOAT ABC 7 brings up the pros and cons of such a controversial image. The way I look at it, if I’m preventing one motorcycle accident then it’s worth it.  Tell me, what  do you think? Too much, too little? (No pun intended). Like us on Facebook and give me YOUR opinion.

Watch the news coverage here
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Take a motorcycle safety course.

This is probably the most overlooked opportunity to improve your skills as a rider. A safety course can benefit even the most experienced motorcyclist. According to the NHTSA, motorcyclists are 25 times more likely to die on the road than those in passenger cars.  Given this statistic, riders should know how to safely ride and more importantly, how to react in an accident situation. The Motorcyclist Safety Foundation offers 2 courses (one for new motorcyclists and one for experienced motorcyclists) in close to 1,500 locations throughout the United States. So, there’s no excuse for not being the best rider you can be, for yourself, your family and your fellow motorists.

For a free, confidential consultation by telephone, call me today at 903-212-2822, or call our toll-free Injury Helpline at 800-750-5075.

Visit the Justice for Riders website a to read more safety tips.  If you have additional questions or would like to speak to a motorcycle accident attorney about recovering for your injuries, contact our office to schedule a free consultation.

Welcome to Justice For Riders Blog!

Welcome to the Justice for Riders Blog. I’m Dan Sorey, of The Sorey Law Firm. As an attorney and a rider, I know firsthand the tragic impact a motorcycle accident can have and the injuries that can be sustained by riders.  Each year, motorcycle accidents cause severe injury and claim the lives of many Texas, New Mexico and Arkansas motorcyclists.  Unfortunately, inattentive drivers cause many motorcycle crashes.

At the Sorey Law firm, we provide legal representation to victims of motorcycle and other motor vehicle-related accidents. As an advocate of safe riding, I’ve created this blog to offer reliable information on motorcycle laws, regulations and safe riding practices.

For a free, confidential consultation by telephone, call me today at 903-212-2822, or call our toll-free Injury Helpline at 800-750-5075.

Visit the Justice for Riders website to read more safety tips.  If you have additional questions or would like to speak to a motorcycle accident attorney about recovering for your injuries, contact our office to schedule a free consultation.