Blogging For A Personal Injury Attorney: Warn Everyone About Dangers On The Road

By Sharon Hendricks
Blogging for a personal injury attorney can help educate readers about the dangers on the road. This can help them to drive more carefully and avoid dangers on the road. For example, consider the following writing sample that you could post on your personal-injury blog.

4 Common Injuries From Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycles have become even more popular with the rise of gas prices, since motorcycles are very fuel efficient. But with the increase in the number of motorcycles on the road comes an increase in the number of motorcycle accidents.

There are many injuries that riders will sustain when they have an accident on a motorcycle. Here are four of the most common:.

blogging for a personal injury attorney1. Burns from the engine.

Unlike the engines in cars, which are found beneath the hood and separate from the drivers, engines on motorcycles are fully exposed. When a motorcycle engine is on, its average temperature is quite hot. When a motorcyclist is hit by a car, and he is knocked off the bike, the only thing that’s between the skin of the motorcyclist and the bike’s engine block is the pants that the rider is wearing. When an accident happens, pants are not nearly enough to stop the rider from getting severe burns.

2. Broken bones.

A very common injury when it comes to motorcycle accidents is broken bones. This often will include fractures to a rider’s wrists and pelvis. These types of injuries generally will occur because the rider stretches out both of his arms in order to keep his face protected. Because of this, he leaves his lower body exposed. Along with the hands, the most common injuries are to the hips and pelvis.

3. Concussions,

This third type of injury usually will happen due to a bad decision that a rider makes. Unfortunately, a lot of people who ride motorcycles don’t wear helmets when they are riding. This means that when they are hit by a car while riding a motorcycle, they are likely to get a concussion, because their head is not protected. Everyone should wear a helmet when they are on a motorcycle, no matter how experienced they are. A rider should remember that he may have a lot of experience on a motorcycle, but he doesn’t have control over what other people do.

4. Spinal injuries.

Another common injury that motorcyclists suffer is injuries to the spine. If a motorcyclist happens to land badly after they have been hit by another vehicle, they might break their neck or their back. This can lead to paralysis from the neck or the waist down.

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, it’s best to find a good attorney to help you with your case. Let us know if we can help you and get you the justice you deserve.

As a personal injury attorney, you want to educate clients and potential clients about what can happen when they are on the road. This is the type of blog that we can provide for you. If you are interested in learning more, contact us.


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