May 03rd 2016
A Florida Highway Patrol trooper was seriously injured when his Harley-Davidson motorcycle began, what is termed, a "death wobble." The investigation is centering around a potential manufacturer's defect from the motorcycle itself and not rider error. This is not a lone incident. Rather, the death wobble has been reported many times to Harley-Davidson and is being considered by most to be a defect in the design and or production of certain models in the Harley line. In these instances, an injured person can make a claim against a manufacturer of a motorcycle that causes injury to the rider through no fault of the rider.