Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents rarely end well for the motorcyclist. In 2018, about
488 fatal motorcycle accidents took place in California. A motorcycle does not offer the same level of protection compared to a regular car, which is why motorcycle accident injuries and fatalities have continued to become an issue.
Recovering from a motorcycle accident may vary depending on how severe the injury is. Typically, minor injuries can be taken care of by using at-home remedies. However, if the injury is moderate to severe, a motorcyclist will likely be transported to the hospital by paramedics to receive further medical care. Treatment options for recovery may include surgery, pain medication, imaging tests, blood tests, and more. Physical therapy may also be another option if the motorcyclist is unable to function their body on their own.
Once a motorcyclist is released from hospital care, they will need to continue taking care of themself. In the section below, we have created a list of recovery tips a motorcyclist should consider after a motorcycle accident.
If you were a victim of a motorcycle accident and are in financial burden due to costly medical or hospital bills, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim against the party at-fault. At West Coast Trial Lawyers, our motorcycle accident attorneys will assess your case to determine what necessary courses of action should be taken to ensure you get maximum compensation for your losses.
To schedule a free consultation, we welcome you to contact our 24/7 legal team by callin 213-927-3700 or filling out our quick contact form.
Common types of motorcycle injuries include, but are not limited to, road rash, spinal cord injury, head injury, broken bones, internal bleeding, and traumatic brain injury (TBI). The process of recovery for these particular injuries may vary depending on the level of severity. Some may be incurable, however, with treatment it can improve. To learn more about recovering from an accident, please read our list of tips down below:
However, stress can only do your body harm. As the hormone cortisol is produced, it causes your metabolism to slow down which decreases circulation, negatively affecting your immune system and extending your revival process. Stress can also cause an infection to worsen over time. Another side-effect of stress is a by-product of post motorcycle accident PTSD. This puts more value in making sure to maintain best-practices to reduce stress.
Benefits from stress reduction include:
Benefits of eating healthy include:
If you have sustained injuries as a result of a motorcycle accident, our motorcycle accident attorneys at West Coast Trial Lawyers will help you get the compensation you deserve for losses you have suffered, which include medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
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