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Common Injuries from Toronto Motorcycle Accidents


Motorcycle accidents tend to generally be more serious than car accidents and more likely to end in fatalities. The injuries can be serious and will require extensive recovery and expensive medical bills to follow. Potential injuries from motorcycle accidents include burns and scarring as a result of burns and lacerations. Other common injuries include head injuries, traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, lacerations, burns, joints, amputations, internal bleeding, and organ damage.

A brain injury can be particularly damaging, as can spinal injury and any injury leading to chronic pain. All injuries have the potential to be long term and have a detrimental impact on a person’s life on their family and friends. A person has to do their best to try to avoid such injuries, which means they should take steps to try to protect themselves by wearing a helmet, driving safely, and obeying the rules of the road. Not wearing a helmet and proper gear can increase a person’s chances of being severely injured.

If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident and suffered from any of the various types of motorcycle accident injuries in Toronto, you can pursue a claim for compensation with the help of a Toronto motorcycle accident lawyer. Contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible to help manage your recovery and your claim following your accident.

Broken Bones

The future impact of a broken bone depends on factors such as the type of fracture, what part of the bone it occurred at, and whether the fracture is close to the joint or not. Certain types of broken bones can be genuinely devastating, and a person may need surgery to correct the broken bone and plates and screws inserted. Broken bones can also cause a person to be more likely to develop arthritis. A Toronto motorcycle accident injury fracture can impact a person’s rest of their life.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

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A traumatic brain injury is a complex injury following a Toronto motorcycle accident with a broad spectrum of symptoms and disability, and the impact that it has on a person’s life can be devastating. Some of the things a person should look out for after an accident are the severity of the brain injury. For instance, the impact of a moderate to severe brain injury can include anything from problems with concentration, distractibility, loss of memory, a slower speed of processing information, confusion, and impulsiveness.

Traumatic brain injuries can also affect a person’s speech and language abilities. A person with a traumatic brain injury sometimes will not understand words that are spoken to them and will have difficulty in speaking and being understood. This type of injury can also cause a person to have problems with reading and writing.

The Effects of TBIs

A traumatic brain injury resulting from a Toronto motorcycle accident can also affect a person’s senses, for example, in difficulties with touch, with temperature movement, and limb position. It can also cause partial or total loss of vision problems judging distance, and involuntary eye movement, and an intolerance to light. A person may also have a decrease in hearing, ringing ears, and sensitivity to sound. Traumatic brain injuries can also affect a person’s sense of smell and taste. This type of injury can also cause seizures. There are so many physical changes that can happen, from paralysis to chronic pain to difficulty controlling one’s bowels or bladder to sleep disorders.

This injury can also affect a person’s social and emotional life. For example, a person can develop depression, aggression, irritability, and anxiety. There are many different issues that can come from a traumatic brain injury after a motorcycle accident, so it is important to consult with a Toronto lawyer to pursue damages for these types of injuries.

 

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Burlington, ON
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