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Brain Injuries in Motorcycle Accidents Require Extensive Care

The rate of brain injuries in motorcycle accidents is higher than similar injuries in car crashes. A brain injury is usually a life-changing event not only for the victim but their family as well. Special care is required to recover, and a full recovery may not be possible. Traumatic brain injuries are common in motorcycle accidents because many bikers ride without a helmet. Even if they do, it may offer inadequate protection from the blunt force type of trauma that is often associated with these accidents. The key to recovery is to act fast when seeking medical attention, and also when exploring legal remedies. The party responsible for the accident should also be held accountable for payment of damages, including the cost of medical care and ongoing therapy or treatment. The Saunders Law Group in Sebring, FL, can help motorcycle accident victims and intimately understands the devastation caused by a brain injury.

Lane Splitting Can Lead to Serious Motorcycle Accidents

shutterstock_22235944-1.jpgThe lawyers of Saunders Law Group know just how serious motorcycle accidents and injuries can be. Motorcyclists are much more vulnerable to harm, which means even a low-speed collision can result in major bodily injury and trauma. If the accident is caused by another person or party's negligence, our lawyers will help you in your time of legal need.

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