According to a recent report, Nevada has been named the 11th  most dangerous state for motorcycle riders. With a whopping 74,740 registered motorcycles in the state, in 2017 alone there were 59 reported fatalities.

According to the data, there is an average of 7.89 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles.

Our predecessor’s include:

  1. Mississippi, 15.92 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  2. Texas, 12.46 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  3. South Carolina, 11.97 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  4. Hawaii, 10.97 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  5. North Carolina, 10.54 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  6. Florida, 10.11 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  7. Tennessee, 9.44 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  8. Arizona, 9.22 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  9. Kentucky, 9.19 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;
  10. New Mexico, 7.95 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles;

The keyword here is “registered.” This data does not take into account dirt bikes and other unregistered motorcycles, which, following COVID-19, have become increasingly popular in Las Vegas, NV.

If you or a loved one have experienced an injury on a motorcycle due to the negligence of another driver, please contact our experienced Las Vegas motorcycle accident attorney, Brian Boyer, right away for a free, no-obligation case review. With over a decade of experience and an avid motorcycle enthusiast, he is committed to helping you recover financially and is available to take your call 24/7. Call (702) 800-0988.

 

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