A lot has been happening behind the scenes with the Biker Law Blog. Months ago, we updated the site to give it a fresh look and a little modern technology. We just recently discovered that the company who did the updates changed the URL structure of all the posts in the site. What that means is twelve years of articles and links, suddenly changed URLs. A URL is like a phone number. So basically, all the old incoming links to the Biker Law Blog come up with a 404 content not found error. Further, all the internal links from articles within the Biker Law Blog, before the upgrade come up with a 404 error as well. I just discovered the problems and have contacted the developer for a quick solution.
In the meantime, if you’re looking for an article, use the search box to find it.
New Cloud Server
We have migrated the Biker Law Blog to a new Cloud server that has much more memory, and more processing power. This should result in faster load times for the blog, and a better faster experience. The migration was just completed in the last twenty-four hours. If you see any errors, please contact us through the electronic form on the website and report them to us.
We have implemented SSL security on the Biker Law Blog. It is the same type of security that banks and web commerce sites use to protect users from having their data hacked. SSL stands for secure socket layer. In a nutshell when you open your browser and connect to the Biker Law Blog, an encryption key between your browser is exchanged, and the data between your browser and the Blog is encrypted so that nobody else can decipher the data between the two. It has been estimated that it would take a supercomputer thousands of years to break the encryption, and it may still not be able to hack the encryption present in SSL. You can be sure you surf the Biker Law Blog, or contact us through the blog, your data is secure.
By Norman Gregory Fernandez, motorcycle accident lawyer, September 2018