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Understanding More about New Hampshire Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle operators and their passengers are exposed to great bodily harm every time they take to the open road. The common misconception is that motorcycle owners are reckless and pose a threat of harm to others. However, statistics reveal quite the opposite information, confirming that automobile drivers often cause the collisions that results in serious personal injury to, or the death of, the motorcyclist. Each year, thousands of motorcyclists lose their lives in collisions caused by negligent and careless drivers.
Motorcycle helmets, leather and armored jackets, chaps and riding boots offer little protection against some of the most serious injuries, including herniated discs, traumatic brain injury, neck injuries, spinal cord injuries, and broken bones. Substantial medical expenses and lost wages can cripple the finances of the family of a motorcycle accident victim.

In New Hampshire, a motorcycle driver or passenger who sustains an injury from a motorcycle accident must file suit within three (3) years from the day of the accident. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident in New Hampshire, you may be awarded past and future lost wages, past and future medical expenses and damages for pain and suffering. In some situations, particularly where alcohol is involved by the at-fault driver, enhanced compensatory damages may be awarded.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a motorcycle accident in New Hampshire, call Tenn And Tenn, PA. today for your free consultation to ensure that you make the smartest possible legal decisions during this critical time. The initial consultation is always free of charge. Call us today on our Personal Injury Help Line 1-888-511-1010. Feel free to review our case results at or on our Motorcycle-onlysite

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