Standing Up for the Rights of Seriously Injured Motorcycle Crash Victims
Many people in Florida love to ride motorcycles, especially due to the climate and beautiful views. While motorcycles can be economical, convenient, and fun, they can also be extremely risky. A motorcycle crash can completely change your life – either for a few months or even permanently. If you suffered injuries in a crash, you should seek help from an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer in Orlando right away. Do not hesitate to call The Law Offices of Jerrod Paul, P.A., to learn how you can proceed.
Serious Motorcycle Injuries
Motorcycle riders have little to no protection when they crash. Whether they hit the ground, another vehicle, or both, motorcyclists have their helmet and possibly protective clothing to protect them, which is often not enough to prevent serious injuries. Motorcyclists do not have seat belts, airbags, or even the frame of a vehicle, so multiple traumatic injuries from a single accident are common.
Some serious injuries commonly sustained by motorcyclists include:
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Skull fractures
- Spinal cord injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Fractured or shattered bones
- Pelvis fractures
- Crush injuries
- Friction burns, often called road rash
- Severe lacerations and contusions
- Internal organ damage or hemorrhaging
Because the medical bills, lost earnings, and other losses from severe injuries can be overwhelming, it is critical for every motorcycle accident victim to seek help from an experienced Orlando motorcycle accident attorney as soon as they can after a crash.
Let Our Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Orlando Protect Your Rights
At The Law Offices of Jerrod Paul, P.A., we regularly represent clients with devastating injuries from motorcycle crashes. We handle the legal process so you can focus on your physical recovery, so please call 844.500.PAUL or contact us online for your free consultation.
We secure the compensation you deserve. Our results speak for themselves, including a great number of six-figure recoveries.READ MORE