Brain Injury and Motorcycle Accidents
By Ioana David on August 29, 2018 | In Burn Injury
Brain injury is one of the most common consequences of motorcycle accidents. In an attempt to reduce risks to bikers, the state of Maryland requires riders and their passengers wear a DOT approved helmet while the vehicle is in operation. However, helmet use is not 100% effective and victims of motorcycle accidents often sustain some level of head injury even when a helmet is in use.
If you need a motorcycle accident attorney in Baltimore, please call Cohen & Dwin at (800) 692-2500 to schedule a free and informative consultation.
Brain injury, even a “mild” brain injury, will result in medical expenses, rehabilitation, and long-term emotional and physical consequences. When you sustain one of these injuries due to someone else’s negligence, you are due compensation well beyond any settlement that may be offered by insurance. The only way to secure the true compensation you are entitled to is with the help of an aggressive and experienced motorcycle accident attorney.
For nearly four decades, the Maryland personal injury attorneys at Cohen & Dwin have been helping victims of motorcycle accidents get justice. If you have sustained any type of injury while riding your motorcycle, please contact us to learn more about your rights.
Ms. David has a cumulative experience of 15 years in handling workers’ compensation claims and representing injured workers and victims of motor vehicle accidents, or any other accidents caused by the negligence of third parties.