Knowledgeable Guidance After A Motorcycle Wreck
Motorcycle crashes are a serious problem in the United States. Every year, motorcycle crashes result in thousands of injuries and deaths.
Motorcycle riders are at a higher risk of injury or death in a crash than drivers of other vehicles. This is because motorcycles offer less protection than other vehicles. Motorcycle riders are also more likely to be ejected from their vehicles in a crash, which can lead to serious injuries or death.
Our firm is committed to fighting for the rights of motorcycle riders. At Wiseman Law Firm, PLLC, we understand that motorcycle riders are more vulnerable than other drivers. We are here to ensure they are compensated fairly for their injuries. We understand your challenges and are here to help you move toward the most favorable outcome possible.
What Causes Crashes?
Several factors contribute to motorcycle wrecks, including:
- Mechanical failure
- Weather conditions
- Distracted driving
Motorcycle wrecks can result in a variety of serious injuries, including:
- Head injuries: Head injuries are the leading cause of death in motorcycle crashes.
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries: Traumatic brain injuries can cause a variety of cognitive and physical impairments.
- Internal injuries: Internal injuries can be life-threatening.
- Amputations: Amputations can be a devastating result of a motorcycle wreck.
These injuries can leave you and your family with significant medical bills and difficulty getting the support you need.
What Can An Accident Victim Get Compensated For?
If you have been injured in a motorcycle or other motor vehicle wreck, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. The compensation you receive will depend on the severity of your injuries and the facts of your case.
Seek Legal Support After An Accident
A motorcycle accident can have an overwhelming impact on your and your family. To schedule a free consultation with Wiseman Law Firm, PLLC, call our Wood County office at 304-314-4768 or contact us online.