When driving on a motorcycle near a child facility, drivers are required to exercise extra care on the road. Children may get scared more easily when approached with fast motor vehicles, which can result in accidents with sudden injuries. Motorcycle accidents are a common occurrence and may result in trauma to you, as well as the child.
You are minding your business one day driving back from work, anxious to get home and enjoy your family when...BOOM! someone has recklessly ignored the rules of the road and turned your car into smithereens. As you casually get out of your car, you notice that your full range of movement is limited, you are hurting but you don't see any physical injury. You may even find that a day later your body is sore as if you entered a boxing ring the night before. What should you do? What can be done? These are common questions many people encounter as they sustain a personal injury from a negligent, or even reckless, driver.
Fatalities in motorcycles accidents are predominantly caused due to head injuries sustained by the decedent during the accident. A motorcyclist involved in an accident is three times more likely to sustain head injuries if they were not wearing a helmet compared to motorcyclists who were wearing a helmet.
A motorcycle crash can have a serious effect on your physical, emotional and financial wellbeing. While the particular transportation mode provides greater flexibility, it may also expose you to certain dangers. These may include lack of protective barriers between you and the road, open access to surrounding automobiles and reduced visibility of the environment.