Motorcycle Accidents in Kentucky
When a motorcyclist is involved in a collision they don’t have the benefit of being surrounded by a steel frame, airbags, or other automobile safety features. Even worse, insurance companies often stereotype bikers as being reckless simply for being bikers. No matter what the reason, a motorcyclist with years of experience, obeying traffic laws, driving defensively, and always staying on guard can still be involved in a serious motorcycle accident.
If you or a loved one has suffered substantial injury after being involved in a motorcycle crash, obtain legal representation. Let us represent you.
If you have been injured and receive medical treatment, then make sure you complete treatment and receive a long term medical diagnosis. This may take time as a diagnosis in an emergency room is often preliminary and, should you require further medical treatment, including that of a specialist, this could be a lengthy process. Common injuries from a vehicle collision include, but are not limited to the following:
Fractures to the body and limbs;
Head Injuries, including visible bruises and lacerations to concussions and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI);
Neck Injuries, including significant spinal cord injury to sprain and strains; and
Back Injuries, including significant spinal cord injury to sprain and strains.