When the weather is nice, you can expect to see more people doing things outside. Motorists also enjoy the warm and pleasant weather by rolling down their windows, opening their sunroofs, putting the top down on their convertibles or riding a motorcycle. While it is common to see motorcyclists on the roads during the spring and summer months, motorists may not always be aware of their presence. Because of their small size, it is easy for motorcycles to hide in blind spots. Thus, motorists should check these areas before making any maneuvers. The failure to do so could result in a serious motorcycle crash.
A motorcycle accident can have some of the worst injuries. Because a motorcyclist does not have the same safety features enjoyed by motorists, there is nothing to absorb the force of the collision or keep the rider on their bike. Thus, many crashes result in a motorcyclist being thrown from their bike. This could cause injuries such as road rash, lacerations, trauma to the head, neck or back, broken bones and internal injuries.
The injuries suffered can be extensive and painful, causing victims to require medical attention. The treatment and recovery time for these injuries can be overwhelming. Not only is it painful and time consuming, it can be financially draining. Medical bills can pile up, causing victims to face financial difficulties in an attempt to address these losses.
At the Law Offices of Matthew D. Dubin, our experienced legal team understands how emotional and challenging life can be following a motorcycle crash. Thus, we are prepared to help clients in the Seattle area navigate a civil action that could help make them whole again. We take the time to not only uncover evidence but also collect documentation of the losses suffered.
To learn more, check out our website. A motorcycle crash could be severe or end tragically. Thus, it is important to be well informed of your options, as this can be essential for one recovering from the resulting injuries. Compensation could be very beneficial, as it can address medical bills, pain and suffering, rehabilitation, lost wages and other related damages.