Motorcycle Accident Attorneys
Motorcycle accidents can result in life-altering injuries, such as road rashes, facial defects, broken bones, burns, spinal injuries, amputation, paralysis, and brain injury. Determining who is responsible for the accident can be challenging for the victim, who may not have the necessary resources. With the help of our personal injury attorneys, the victim can pursue their case more effectively, as our attorneys have specialized knowledge of motorcycle accidents and personal injury law. It is important to remember that nearly all motorcycle accidents result in personal injury, which can have significant, long-lasting effects on the victim's life.
Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries
A large number of victims in motorcycle accidents become crippled or disabled for life. Some of the serious, long-term effects that accident victims deal with include road rashes, facial defects, broken bones, and burns. More perplexed consequences include spinal injuries, amputation, paralysis, and brain injury.
Some victims ignore or minimize the damage they’ve sustained during the accident - this can only worsen an already dire condition.
In the event of an accident, don’t try to downplay potentially life-threatening injuries, such as the following:
- Any damage to the spine. This can turn into life-long trauma, or even worse – paralysis.
- A fracture to the skull. Some riders may be unaware of this injury, which will require medical attention to identify.
- Severe head trauma. This may disrupt the communication between the brain and the spine, leading to paralysis. Untreated head trauma may worsen, rendering the person weak or barely capable of living independently.
- Concussion. Long-term effects of a concussion include trouble concentrating, memory problems, changes in personality/mood, sensitivity to light and noise, sleep disturbance, depression, and disorders of smell and taste.
Report an Injury Now: If you or a loved one are victims of a motorcycle accident call us today for a free personal injury case consultation.