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Do you feel unsure of what to do next when you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident in New Hampshire? The victim of any motorcycle accident may experience high levels of trauma in addition to the physical and emotional costs of recovering from an accident.
Motorcycle accidents are notoriously complex and might require the evaluation of evidence, witness testimony, or accident reconstruction. As an accident victim, it can feel like an uphill battle. You need a team of New Hampshire personal injury attorneys who understand the challenges you’re facing.
Some of the most common causes of a motorcycle accident include:
- Poor weather conditions
- Exhaustion/lack of sleep
- Operating a vehicle without the necessary corrective lenses
- A mechanic’s failure to identify an engine, brake, or tire problem
- Impaired judgment as a result of alcohol or drugs
- Lack of focus on the road
All of these causes can be devastating for the victim. Although riding a motorcycle can be a freeing and exciting experience for operators, it can also be deadly due to the lack of protection that is afforded by other vehicle types. Motorcycle operators have a higher risk of serious head injuries and death on the road, and the fact that motorcycles are hard to see complicates the matter further.
Bussiere and Bussiere’s solid reputation is built on the ideal that your case is as important to us as it is to you.
If you or a family member has been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you need the insight of a New Hampshire motorcycle accident attorney. Even if you are not sure about the extent of your injuries, you should consult with a physician after the accident. Many of the injuries associated with a motorcycle accident are not immediately present, but this doesn’t mean they are any less dangerous or impactful.
If you’ve been injured, make sure that you collect the proper evidence related to the accident before taking the bike in for repair services. Consult with your attorney for next steps.