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Motorcycle riders can sustain all kinds of injuries from an accident, such as broken bones, road rash, and head injuries.

What Happens If Someone Was Not Wearing A Helmet Or Other Safety Gear In A Motorcycle Accident?

In Florida, you are not required to wear a helmet or other safety gear while riding a motorcycle. However, it does impact your case if you get involved in a motorcycle accident. The defendant can argue that the injuries would not have been as severe if the rider or passenger was wearing a helmet or safety gear.

What Is The Value In Hiring An Attorney Who Specializes In Handling Motorcycle Accident Claims?

There is not much of a difference between hiring an attorney who specializes in motorcycle accident claims and an attorney that does not. To be honest, it’s all basically the same type of expertise. You’re mainly relying upon the doctor to explain the nature of the injuries and how they were caused.

What Are The Differences Between Motorcycle Accidents And Passenger Vehicle Accidents?

The difference between motorcycle accidents and passenger vehicle accidents is that if you are not wearing a helmet, then you have the issue of whether the helmet may have prevented or lessened the severity of the injury. Similarly, if you’re not wearing a seatbelt in a car, the other side can argue that you would not have been injured as severely if you had been wearing a seatbelt. There could be some difference in the nature of the injuries, but the lawyer is typically relying upon the doctor to give an opinion as to the kind of injuries, how they were caused, how to treat them, and what to expect in the future as far as prognosis.

For more information on Injuries Sustained In Motorcycle Accidents, an initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (954) 900-9575 today.

Richard F. Hussey PA.

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