We don't believe at-fault drivers didn't see motorcyclists on the road — we believe they failed to see them. While these may seem the same, there is a distinct difference: drivers who fail to see motorcyclists do not look for motorcyclists on the road. This small difference leads to hundreds of motorcycle accidents per year, many involving even the safest of motorcycle drivers. When a negligent driver fails to share the road or yield the right of way to a motorcyclist, serious injury can result. These injuries can mean a victim is unable to work while facing steep medical bills, surgeries, and long recovery times.