In Canada, motorcycle riders are roughly 15 times more likely to be in a crash than automobile drivers. The combination of speed and a rider’s physical vulnerability can make the consequences of a motorcycle accident particularly severe with injuries including road rash, broken bones, back and neck injuries, brain and spinal cord injuries, and severe psychological trauma being common. The experience, coupled with the resulting injuries, often takes a huge toll on the individual and his or her family.
Unfortunately, receiving restitution for your injuries can be challenging. Victims need to build a strong case by gathering physical clues and locating witnesses and even then, it’s not unheard of for insurance companies to put up roadblocks when it comes to moving motorcycle accident cases forward. That’s why it’s crucial to get in touch with an experienced personal injury lawyer, one who has the track record and skill to move things forward, as soon as possible. Speak with a motorcycle injury lawyer at The Morris Law Group today.