There are many kinds of injuries that people suffer in collisions, but as a motorcyclist, you have fewer protections and a higher risk of several serious complications. Head injuries, back injuries and others impact you immediately and for the foreseeable future. Here are five common injury types that may result in your needing long-term medical care or assistance.
There are many factors that influence the likelihood of death in a car accident, from the speed of the vehicles to the ages of the drivers to the very types of vehicles involved in the accident. However, one factor that plays a significant role, and that many people don't often consider, is the weight of the people in those vehicles.
Burn injuries themselves are painful and may need significant emergency treatment when they initially occur. However, it's also important to realize that they can lead to serious complications, which may then lead to a lot of additional treatments in the future, all of which are tied to that initial accident. A few complications include:
In the heart of winter, riding snowmobiles is one of the most popular pastimes in Michigan. It does come with significant dangers, though, as do many recreational activities.
Michigan requires drivers to have no-fault insurance. It's important to understand how this type of policy works, what other coverage you may need -- like collision coverage -- and exactly what types of payouts to expect.