Motorcyclists Face Serious Risk Of Injury Or Death

Many people are aware of the inherent dangers of riding a motorcycle. The significant risk of injury is just one of the reasons that motorcyclists are required to obtain special licensing in order to operate the vehicles. However, even though most people are familiar with the idea that motorcycles are dangerous, not everyone truly knows the shocking statistics behind the idea.

According to national statistics, the United States sees more than 100,000 motorcycle accidents annually. Considering how many motor vehicle accidents there are, you may feel that 100,000 accidents per year is not terribly significant, and you would not be entirely incorrect. In fact, motorcycle accidents make up a relatively low percentage of total motor vehicle accidents, but despite this, their danger cannot be ignored.

Research indicates that for every mile driven, a motorcyclist is 40 times more likely to be fatally injured in an accident than other drivers. The likelihood of a severe injury is nearly ten times that of other drivers. The data points to a very specific conclusion and tells a somewhat frightening story. Even though they are involved in fewer accidents overall, motorcyclists are simply far more likely than other drivers to suffer a serious injury, which is why personal injury law can be so important for bikers.

If you are injured in an accident in which you were not at fault, you could recover compensation from the party responsible for the accident. This is true for all accidents, but motorcyclists, in particular, should be aware of their options because they stand to suffer the most severe injuries in an accident. If you have been injured in a Kentucky motorcycle accident, please visit our webpage to learn how we can help you recover compensation for the damages you suffered.

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