NH Motorcycle Accidents and Injuries

Riding a motorcycle is a wonderfully exhilarating experience that stimulates your senses and provides a feeling of freedom and enjoyment. There are more motorcycles on the road today than ever before. According to statistics released by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) motorcycle use is at an all-time high in the United States. Unfortunately, with so many motorcycles on the roads today, a significant increase in motorcycle crashes and injuries has also occurred. Studies show that there has been a greater than 50% increase in motorcycle injuries over the 7 year period from 2001 to 2008. If a motorcyclist is injured due to the fault of another, they are entitled to receive compensation for their injuries. And if the injuries are severe and result in death, the victim’s family can recover compensation for the loss of their loved one.

New Hampshire Motorcycle Accidents and Injuries

Motorcycles offer a freedom to the rider that cannot be experienced while riding in cars or trucks. The lack of doors, hood, trunk and seat belts allow the rider to experience the open road in a unique riding experience. But this same lack of doors and seat belts also heightens the dangers and injuries to a rider when a crash occurs. The injuries resulting from a motorcycle crash are often significantly more severe than those in a typical automobile collision. Helmets and rider safety gear can help minimize injuries and death, but so not offer the protection of automobile airbags and crumple zones. Nonetheless, when a motorcycle accident occurs due to the negligence of another, the motorcyclist is entitle to seek redress and compensation for their injuries.

Motorcycle accidents often result in the same type of injuries to broken bones, road rash, soft tissue damage, among others> Even if the motorcyclist is wearing safety gear, their injuries could be extensive. The most common motorcycle injuries have been documented by the CDC to include:

  • 30% suffered injury to the legs or feet
  • 22% suffered injury to the head or neck
  • 20% suffered injury to the upper torso
  • 18% suffered injury to the arms or hands
  • 8% suffered injury to the lower torso
  • 3% suffered injury to other areas.

Head and neck injuries, although not the most common, can result in the most serious of injuries to include traumatic brain damage. These types of injuries can lead to lifelong special needs and long term care requirements. If you or a loved one have been injures in a NH Motorcycle crash, call an experience motorcycle injury lawyer for legal help. Don’t Wait. Retaining the services of an experienced motorcycle injury attorney is the best way to make sure that you obtain the compensation that you need.

Call a New Hampshire Motorcycle Injury Attorney

If you or a loved one have been injures in a NH Motorcycle crash, call an experience motorcycle injury lawyer at Tenn And Tenn, PA for legal help. Don’t Wait. Retaining the services of an experienced motorcycle injury attorney is the best way to make sure that you obtain the compensation that you need.

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