The aftermath of any motorcycle has the potential to be absolutely devastating. In many cases, a rider is killed in a crash. Loved ones can find it extraordinarily difficult to try to move forward and cope with the loss.
Even if a motorcyclist survives a crash, it is still very likely that he or she will have to deal with and try to recover from a number of serious injuries. People in this situation have a very challenging road ahead and will often deal with more than physical complications of getting injured in a motorcycle crash.
Recently, for example, folks in Georgia have come together to support a man injured in a motorcycle accident. His injuries were numerous and serious, ranging from brain trauma and broken bones to lacerations and torn ligaments. Members of the community have rallied around him and are raising money for his medical care and putting on a blood drive to support the victim in his recovery.
People in a similar situation often find themselves confronted with a number of difficult emotions and challenges. Medically, there may be no way to fully repair or treat injuries suffered in a crash. Financially, families can struggle considerably when it comes to paying medical bills, especially if the injured rider is unable to work. Emotionally, it can be overwhelming to deal with the fear that a victim may never fully recover.
The damage suffered in a crash reaches far beyond physical injuries and the victim. Many people can be affected by a serious accident and they can be affected in many different ways.
It can be very difficult to appreciate the full extent of the damages suffered in a motorcycle accident, especially when people are so focused on the recovery process. However, it can be crucial that victims and their families eventually discuss their situation and the wide range of damages that have resulted from a crash with an attorney. In many cases, it can be possible to recover money for medical expenses and lost wages in addition to compensation for the pain and suffering victims and their loved ones experienced due to a serious accident.
Source: The Augusta Chronicle, “Motorcyclists rally around injured rider with blood drive, motorcycle run,” Tom Corwin, July 9, 2015