Motorcyclists are the most vulnerable drivers on road. According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, “More than 80 percent of all reported motorcycle crashes result in injury or death.”
A motorcycle itself provides no protection. Rather, it leads to severe injuries. Falling off a bike is one of the most common causes of motorcycle accidents.
A motorcycle accident can be severe. Riders basically have no protection against strong impacts. In fact, even a small accident can cause permanent injuries or death in worst cases. Broken bones, paralysis, brain injuries, and severed limbs are common in motorcycle accidents.
If you become a victim of a motorcycle accident, you’ll need a personal injury lawyer. Surgery, hospitalization, and ongoing doctor visits usually wreak havoc on a family’s budget. Our staff and attorneys fight with insurance companies to ensure that you get the most adequate compensation amount.
Irrespective of the injury you and your loved one suffer in a collision, you deserve recompense for:
Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents:
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Being involved in any type of accident is a terrible experience but when you are party to mishap that involves a motorcycle, the repercussions can be devastating.
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 19 states and the District of Columbia had laws on the books requiring all motorcyclists to wear helmets as of April 2016. In another 28 states only people under a specific age (mostly between 17 and 20 years of age) were required to wear helmets. In Louisiana, it is the law to wear a helmet while riding.
A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) study covering 10 states found that when universal helmet laws, which pertain to all riders, were repealed, helmet use rates dropped from 99 percent to 50 percent. In states where the universal law was reinstated, helmet use rates rose to above 95 percent. In 2014, 10 times more unhelmeted motorcyclists died (1,565) in states that did not have universal helmet laws than in states that had universal helmet laws (151 unhelmeted motorcyclist fatalities), according to a NHTSA report.
If you or your loved one sustains injuries due to a motorcycle accident, our New Orleans, Louisiana attorneys will be readily available to help you.
A motorcycle accident may lead to numerous damages that include:
If you or your loved one has sustained injuries due to a motorcycle accident, our New Orleans lawyers are readily available to help you. We can file a lawsuit to help you receive compensation for all your accident-related expenses.
Procuring damages from the party at-fault can be complicated. Insurance companies make an utmost effort to pay the minimum possible compensation. Our staff and lawyers have the required experience to skillfully manage these types of claims.
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