CLAIMING A MOTORCYCLE PERSONAL INJURY
Motorcycle accident happen frequently due to the vulnerability of motorcycles themselves. Motorcycle riders are at greater risk because of their comparatively smaller size and the limited visibility of motorcycles in general.
75% of motorcycle accidents involve a passenger, whereas the other 25% involve a single rider. 60% of motorcycle accidents involve another vehicle, which is oftentimes a car.
HOW TO GET COMPENSATED IN A MOTORCYCLE INJURY
Types of Motorcycle Accidents
- Head on Collision
- Loss of Control
- Ejection of a Passenger
- Collision with Another Vehicle
- Collision with Stationary Objects
Types of Injuries
- Broken Limb
- Loss of Limb or Dismemberment
- Permanent Scarring
- Head Trauma or Injury
- Spinal Cord Trauma or Injury
- Internal Bleeding
- Road Rash
Expenses After a Motorcycle Accident
- Medical Expenses
- Rehabilitation costs
- Lost Wages
- Vehicle Replacement Costs
- Pain and Suffering
You did not choose to be seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, but you do have a choice in how to respond. Don’t let yourself become a victim all over again.
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