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Motorcycle accident victims need to think long-term about injury

Most motorcyclists in Reno are well aware of the certain risks associated with operating a motorcycle. While many motorcyclists are safe and responsible drivers, some drivers in other motor vehicles are not. When an irresponsible driver accidentally comes into contact with a motorcyclist, the results can be catastrophic.

Injuries after being struck on a motorcycle have many possibilities. One potential outcome is permanent disability. These kinds of injuries can make walking, lifting or even standing for long periods of time impossible due to the pain or inability of a body part to function like it once did. In addition, injuries like this can result not only in immense medical expenses, but can also leave the victim unable to work and earn a living.

If the person that struck the motorcyclist is at fault, they and their insurance company can be held responsible for the financial issues surrounding this type of life-long injury and medical condition. However, legal claims like this do not work themselves out on their own; they need to be initiated by the injured party. At Bradley, Drendel & Jeanney, we do our best to ensure justice for our clients. Every injury and situation is different and requires careful attention to detail to ensure the best possible result is achieved for the injured party involved in a motorcycle accident.

The immediate issues may have been addressed after an accident that caused an injury. But what about the long-term questions or concerns for those injured in a motorcycle accident? Don’t leave it to chance. Our firm’s website has helpful information for people who need more information about pursuing a legal claim stemming from a motorcycle accident.

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