Motorcycle Accidents Resulting in Broken Bones or Scarring
Posted on June 16, 2020 at 3:09 PM by The Biker Lawyers
Although motorcyclists typically do everything they can to protect themselves while on the road, there is often little that can be done to protect themselves against an accident involving a reckless driver or a defective part. As motorcyclists are highly exposed, any impact with a vehicle or the road often results in broken bones, severe scarring, or worse. Aside from the serious physical and emotional trauma associated with such dangerous accidents, the motorcycle lawyers with The Biker Lawyers understand the just how devastating the financial impact of these accidents can be for victims and their families.
If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident in that resulted in broken bones and/or severe scarring, we may help you recover financial restitution for your damages.
Broken Bones and Scarring
As motorcycle accidents normally result in a motorcyclist’s impact on the road surface, motorcyclists are all too likely to sustain broken bones and scarring in accidents. Broken bones, particularly compound fractures, can be extremely painful and even dangerous as they are especially prone to infection. Such injuries often result after the following types of motorcycle accidents:
Single-vehicle motorcycle accident
Multiple vehicle accident
DWI/DUI accident victim
While wearing protective clothing—like leather or Kevlar—may substantially reduce the likelihood of sustaining a scar-causing abrasion in a motorcycle accident, they may not fully cover or protect your body. Subsequent loss of skin can require extensive medical treatment and leave individuals disfigured or even disabled.
Consult With The Biker Lawyers
The Biker Lawyers, your motorcycle lawyers, understand the impact a broken bone or heavy scarring can have on an individual; we will aggressively pursue financial restitution from any party responsible for your motorcycle accident. To discuss the particulars of your case with one of our lawyers today, please call our offices at (877) 209-9452.