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3 Injuries You Could Suffer if You are Hit by a Car while Riding a Motorcycle in Virginia

You are at risk every time you get on the road. Whether you are in a car or on a motorcycle, you are at risk of being hurt in a Front Royal accident. Yet, when you are in a car, you have certain protections that are simply not available when you are on a motorcycle. Accordingly, it is important to know about three potential injuries you face after a motorcycle wreck and about how to get the help that you deserve if another driver’s negligence resulted in your accident injuries.

3 Injuries You Could Suffer in a Virginia Motorcycle Wreck

Every motorcycle accident is unique. However, as a biker it is important to know that you could suffer from an injury that could change your life, such as:

  1. Spinal cord injury.
  2. Amputation.
  3. Brain injury.

Some of these injuries will be readily apparent. Your pain and/or lack of movement will tell you that you need immediate medical attention. However, not all injuries will be as easy to detect. A brain injury, for example, can have subtle symptoms that are not always easy to recognize as a serious injury. Thus, it is important to seek prompt medical attention after every motorcycle accident so that you can get treatment for your injuries and possibly prevent those injuries from worsening.

Call a Front Royal Motorcycle Accident Attorney if You’ve Been Hurt

If you have suffered one of these injuries, or any other injury, in a Virginia motorcycle accident, then it is important to find out more about your legal rights and possible recovery. An experienced Front Royal motorcycle accident lawyer can advise you of your rights and, if appropriate, fight for your just recovery. For more information, we encourage you to contact us today via this website or by calling us at (540) 636-7100 or (888) 534-5346.

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Andrew Thomas is an experienced civil litigation attorney in Virginia and is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.