The accidents and injuries related to a motorcycle accident are often severe, physically and emotionally debilitating and they can even be fatal. One of the most difficult motorcycle accident injuries to deal with, though, is an amputation. Individuals who require an amputation will have a lot they need to contend with -- from relearning how to do basic tasks like walking or writing to dealing with the physical and psychological pain and suffering relating to the injury.
At Gibson & Hughes, we know that motorcyclists are some of the safest drivers on the road -- mainly because they cannot afford to be otherwise. Indeed, motorcycle riders are at an extreme disadvantage when it comes to getting into an accident with an automobile. Indeed, it is not uncommon for a car driver to walk away from a collision without any injuries, but a motorcyclist will likely be thrown from his or her bike, suffering a serious injury in the process.