A motorcycle accident can lead to severe and fatal injuries. However, not every motorcycle accident involves a car. Some people get involved in accidents on their bikes without hitting or colliding with a vehicle.

For instance, a motorcycle driver can swerve, lose control, and hit a nearby object, thus, leading to a crash. This is called a no-contact motorcycle accident, and it is not easy to prove that another driver caused the accident. Here is what you need to know about proving fault in a no-contact motorcycle accident.

Causes of No-Contact Motorcycle Accidents