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Wide range of injuries possible in motorcycle accidents

A collision between a moving vehicle and a motorcycle is likely to result in serious injuries for the individual on the bike. An Arizona biker is largely unprotected against the impact of a larger, heavier vehicle, even if he or she is wearing all necessary protective gear. Motorcycle accidents can result in a wide range of injuries, and even seemingly minor injuries can result in long-term harm.

Common ways bikers suffer harm

Bikers can suffer different types of injuries in a crash, ranging from minor scrapes and abrasions to grave debilitating trauma. In some cases, the extent of the injuries one suffered is not immediately apparent. Some of the most common types of motorcycle accident injuries include:

  • Road rash – This type of motorcycle accident injury involves a serious skin abrasion that can be quite deep. It can cause harm to nerves and skin.
  • Arm and leg injuries – It is common for a biker to suffer broken bones and other types of damage to the extremities after falling from a bike.
  • Muscle damage – Bikers can suffer damage that is not easily seen, such as damage to muscles, ligaments and more.

Injured bikers who suffered as a result of the reckless or negligent actions of another person have the right to seek compensation for their pain and suffering.

Fighting for recover

An injured biker has the right to fight for what he or she needs for a full and fair recovery. The Arizona civil justice system provides accident victims the opportunity to fight for justice and to recoup some of their losses. A biker may find it beneficial to seek an assessment of his or her case in order to understand the specific legal options available.

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