Types of injuries associated with motorcycle accidents
Injuries sustained as a result of motorcycle accidents can be physical as well as psychological. If you have sustained physical and/or psychological injuries you are entitled to claim compensation for those injuries.
Psychological injuries are common in relation to Claimants who have been involved in motorcycle accidents because of the level of impact and lack of protection of the motorcycle user.
Psychological injuries associated with motorcycle accidents can include claims for nervous shock, post-traumatic stress claims and/or other psychological injuries.
Symptoms in the aftermath of a motorcycle accident for psychological injuries can include sleeplessness, nervousness, impotence, loss of confidence, nightmares and panic attacks.
Physical injuries associated with motorcycle accident claims are generally more serious because of the level of impact.
Typically injuries sustained as a result of motorcycle accidents can include head injuries and brain injuries, soft tissue injuries and bruising, broken bones, facial injuries, fatal injuries, loss of limbs, spinal injuries and the usual joint injuries which can affect the neck, shoulder, back, arm and legs.