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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claim in Swinton

    One of the most common types of accidents those involving motorcycles. The types of injuries from these accidents can be quite devastating. Below are some of the claims that people make when they have been in a motorcycle accident and they have sustained injuries.


    An Injury claim Swinton is often made for burns from the engine, manifold, and exhaust from a motorcycle accident

    Unlike the engines in cars, which are found beneath the hood and separate from the drivers, engines on motorcycles are exposed fully. When a motorcycle engine is on, is 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 bikes engine block is the pants that they are wearing. When an accident happens, that’s not nearly enough to stop the rider from getting very nasty burns.

    An Injury claim Swinton is often made for broken bones from a motorcycle accident


    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 will generally stretch out both his arms in order to keep his face protected. Because of this, he’s leaving his lower body exposed. Along with the hands of the rider, the most common injuries that they receive are to their hips and pelvis.

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    An Injury claim Swinton is often made for concussions from a motorcycle accident


    Unfortunately, a lot of people who ride motorcycles don’t wear helmets when they are on them. This means that when they are hit by a car, 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 at riding. You may have a lot of experience on a motorcycle, but you don’t have control over what other people do.

    An Injury claim Swinton is often made for spinal injuries from a motorcycle accident

    Another common injury that motorcyclists have is injuries to their spine. If a motorcyclist happens to land wrong after they have been in an accident, they might break their neck or their back. This can lead to paralysis from the neck or the waist down.

    When you’ve been in an accident on a motorcycle and it was someone else’s fault, one of the things that you should do is make a claim. The best way that you can do this is by getting a solicitor to help you with your claim. Want some help with finding one? Give us a call and we will help you out.

    Date Published: 9th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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