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The feel of the wind as it goes over your face; the new life each rush of air brings to you; even the elements that rebound off your visor are gentle reminders of the joy riding a motorcycle can bring. It’s not hard to understand why avid riders have such a hard time putting their bikes away for the winter.

WHEN’S THE BEST TIME OF YEAR TO RIDE YOUR MOTORCYCLE?

However, the toughest riders will tell you that the greatest time to ride the highways of West Jordan, Utah is any time. By taking proper preparations and having a trustworthy lawyer on your side, you’ll never have to put your bike away.

Toughing It Out in the Heat

The ideal ride is in that perfect 70-degree weather with low humidity and a light breeze. Unfortunately, the no sweat weather is impossible to experience daily. Riding in the summer can be relaxing, but it will feel like riding in a giant hair dryer that’s been set to high.

If you are going to take on the hallucination haze, you need to take preparations seriously. Always pack a bag with more water than you think you’ll drink. Prepare for the signs of heat stroke. Any slip in attention can lead to a motorcycle accident.

Riding Through Rain

Committing to being a 12-month rider is no walk in the park. To avoid the hassle of finding a lawyer to represent you if you wreck, purchase the right kind of gear to get you through any season. The right helmet will make all the difference. Pick one with a visor and do your best to take on the roads as smoothly as possible. Do your best to find a dry line to ride in.

Standing Out in the Snow

Easily the most difficult time to ride a motorcycle is during the winter. Not only do you need to prepare yourself, but your bike also needs to be ready for the elements. Wear plenty of layers and invest in a windshield for your vehicle. If snow starts to fall while you’re riding, head home to avoid needing to call your motorcycle accident lawyer.

PREPARING FOR AUTUMN ROAD DANGERS

There is no set season for accidents. From an auto accident to a personal injury case, these accidents are happening every day, year-round. Whether you’re in Salt Lake City or the East Coast, seasons prove to bring different dangers with them. With the blistering heat coming to an end soon, fall is just around the corner—with fall comes danger from rainstorms and heavy winds.

A lawyer might not be able to help you against nature, however slip and fall accidents are also very common in the fall. Here are some of scenarios where you may be able to receive compensation.

Slippery Store Floors

With the rain pouring down during the autumn months, there are going to be leaky ceilings and wet floors at every mall and every store. Employees as well as company owners should be constantly making the effort to keep their floors dry. Wet floor signs are also crucial in keeping customers and other employees safe.

If you are injured in a store due to poor floor maintenance or lack of warning, contact your local injury lawyer to file a case. You deserve compensation if you or a loved one is injured.

Leaf Hazards

Fallen leaves define fall, however they can be dangerous if not raked. Fallen leaves can hide cracks and raised cement on sidewalks, which can lead to injuries for pedestrians who are walking on that sidewalk. If someone happens to be seriously injured because of this, the homeowner may be held responsible for not clearing the sidewalk.

Free Consultation with a Utah Lawyer

It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when. Legal problems come to everyone. Whether it’s your son who gets in a car wreck, your uncle who loses his job and needs to file for bankruptcy, your sister’s brother who’s getting divorced, or a grandparent that passes away without a will -all of us have legal issues and questions that arise. So when you have a law question, call Ascent Law for your free consultation (801) 676-5506. We want to help you.

Michael R. Anderson, JD

Ascent Law LLC
8833 S. Redwood Road, Suite C
West Jordan, Utah
84088 United States

Telephone: (801) 676-5506