Protecting the Rights
of Injury Victims

Thomas DeLattre and Glen D. Wieland

Permanent immobility and motorcycle collisions

On Behalf of | Mar 30, 2020 | Personal Injury |

Those involved in any type of traffic accident face difficulties in the days and weeks after the crash, such as stress, physical pain, taking time off work and so on. For some people, however, these hardships linger for the rest of their lives. For example, some victims lose the ability to walk permanently, derailing their careers and causing all sorts of problems in their lives (such as depression due to the inability to participate in activities one has enjoyed for many years). Moreover, these challenges are especially likely for those involved in motorcycle collisions.

Life in a wheelchair

For many people, adjusting to life in a wheelchair is difficult. Some people cannot accept the hardships that have unexpectedly entered into their lives and emotional challenges such as depression, anger and anxiety are not uncommon. Simply performing daily tasks often becomes very difficult (or even impossible) and motorcycle accident victims have to accept that many of the things they used to enjoy are no longer possible. Sadly, many victims find themselves in this position after a driver hits them while traveling at a high rate of speed.

Pursuing legal action

For some victims, filing a lawsuit is not only crucial in terms of gaining access to financial benefits but also with regard to a sense of justice. Those who become permanently immobilized after they are struck by a reckless driver deserve justice for all of the hardships that they are facing and the challenges that lie ahead in the future. Our law office covers many other issues related to motor vehicle wrecks on our website and additional information on some of the legal strategies that help people who are in this tough position.

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