A www.wmur.com article discusses a recent motorcycle accident in Dublin that has severely injured a 60-year-old motorcyclist. While the cause of this accident is still being investigated, the article mentions that a car collided with the motorcycle on Route 101. As of June 10, the motorcyclist is in critical condition and sustained multiple broken bones and a head injury. The 93-year-old driver of the car was reported to have injuries that were not severe and a passenger in the car did not sustain injury.
New Hampshire motorcycle accidents that result in serious injuries, such as head injury and broken bones, present many physical, emotional, and financial challenges for an injured motorcyclist to overcome. In many auto accidents involving motorcycles, drivers and passengers of small passenger vehicles and trucks typically do not suffer injuries as severe as the motorcyclist. This is mainly due to the fact that a motorcyclist is more susceptible to enduring serious impact from contact with the road, surrounding vehicles, and other objects that may be present. Also, in New Hampshire, only motorcyclists under the age of 18 are required to wear a helmet. Even so, several motorcyclists of all ages wear helmets and other protective gear to enhance their safety in the event of a crash.
The aggressive and skilled New Hampshire motorcycle accident lawyers at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. understand how devastating a motorcycle crash can be for an injury victim and his or her family. Our legal team has successfully handled many motorcycle accident cases relating to hazardous roads, hit-and-run accidents, motorcycle design defects, motorist negligence, uninsured/underinsured motorists, and much more. Contact the dedicated lawyers at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. today by calling 1-888-511-1010 for a free consultation and visit our motorcycle accident website at http://www.motorcycleaccidentlawyers.org/ for more information.