If you are a licensed motorcyclist, the risk of being involved in a deadly accident is 35 times higher than for vehicle drivers/passengers.
Applying these motorcycle safety tips when you hit the road on your favorite bike can significantly reduce your risk of being severely injured in an accident.
ARIZONA RANKS ONE OF THE HIGHEST IN MOTORCYCLE DEATH RATES
According to the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration Arizona and many other southern states with long riding seasons continue to have the highest motorcycle fatality rates across the United States.
5 Important Motorcycle Safety Tips
Common Types of Motorcycle Injuries
Fractures, lacerations and severe abrasions are injuries typically suffered by motorcyclists in an accident. Additionally, many motorcyclists who refuse to wear a helmet may endure coma or death due to traumatic brain injuries, skull fractures or spinal cord injuries.
If not fatal, brain injuries may result in:
Recovering from a brain injury due to a motorcycle accident can be emotionally and financially devastating. For motorcyclists involved in an accident through no fault of their own, compensation for all medical bills as well as pain and suffering may be available. Finding a trial ready personal injury attorney with experience in motorcycle accident cases can be your best friend in a time like this.