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Understanding Motorcycle Accidents When You’re Not Hit But Lay Down Your Bike

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Attorney John Haymond of the Haymond Law Firm shares his expertise with viewers as they submit their legal questions on a number of different topics and he shares tips and guidance every Tuesday on the FoxCT Morning Extra.

Today’s question was from Ben F of Willimantic, and it is one Haymond says he sees very often.

“I was involved in an motorcycle accident when a teenager in front of me was on the cell phone, the police report said he was texting, never saw me and cut me off causing me to lay my bike down. Are situations like this treated different than if you are actually Hit? I am in pretty bad shape.”

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