If you live in Nevada, you might know the joy of taking a fabulous drive through the scenic desert countryside. This can be even more enjoyable with the freedom afforded by a motorcycle. What happens if you get into a crash during one of these rides? Even worse, what happens if you were not wearing your helmet at the time of the motorcycle accident? You may still have grounds for a legal claim, according to some experts.
In Nevada, all motorcycle riders are required to wear a helmet while they are using their vehicles. Even those individuals who ride their motorcycle recreationally -- perhaps only on weekends -- still must wear a helmet. Helmet laws are designed to keep riders safe and decrease fatality rates on the state's roads.