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Explaining Motorcycle Accidents In Southern Indiana

The injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident can be severe and create lifelong disabilities. Traumatic brain injury, a common one in motorcycle accidents, can put someone in a coma for years or completely alter the person's life in other ways. Catastrophic injuries can destroy one's goals in life and prevent them from living independently. This, in turn, adds great expense to the future in addition to the medical bills from the accident. When this much destruction is caused, it is worth pursuing a personal injury claim against the responsible parties in the accident with the help of a seasoned southern Indiana personal injury lawyer. It is not unreasonable to expect financial compensation from the individuals or entities whose
negligent or reckless action or inaction caused the damage.

Factors That Lead To Accidents

One of the most frequent causes of motorcycle accidents is the failure of motorists to observe a motorcyclist when there is heavy traffic or during night driving. Poor road conditions can also lead to motorcycle accidents. A pothole has a much different impact on a motorcycle than an automobile or truck. Slippery or icy roads during bad weather also create much more possible harm for the motorcyclist than for the auto driver. I am Marc Sedwick, and I am committed to those who have suffered severe injuries in motorcycle accidents and other types of accidents that were caused by negligence on the part of others. At my firm, SedwickLaw, PC, I will provide personalized service to you and your case and will always make myself available to your calls. I have the experience and commitment that you want in your legal representation.

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