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New Hampshire Motorcycle Accident Results from Left Turn

On May 20, an accident involving a motorcyclist hurt by a motor vehicle occurred when the car made a left turn in front of the motorcyclist. According to a report, a motorcyclist of NH was struck by a car that made a left turn in front of the motorcycle. Though the circumstances of the crash have not been fully revealed, it appears that the driver turned in front of the motorcycle in front of an ice cream shop. Both men were conscious and able to talk after the motorcycle crash in New Hampshire and no citations were given out.

Drivers turning in front of motorcyclists present an ongoing threat to the health and safety of motorcyclists. All too often, a driver does not realize that the motorcyclist is in their path, either because they are distracted or unaware. The crash that can result usually does little to no harm to the driver of the motor vehicle, but can cause traumatic damage to the motorcyclist. In this case, the rider was not wearing a helmet. Though it looks like he made it through this time, his injuries could have been far more severe and even deadly.

Hopefully, the accident victim has sought out the services of an experienced and competent New Hampshire motorcycle accident injury attorney to help him get the compensation he needs and deserves as he deals with his injuries. Tenn And Tenn, P.A. specializes in this kind of skillful legal representation in fact, we recently obtained out-of-pocket and insurance compensation for a client who was struck by a driver who tried to “beat the light” in an intersection, causing traumatic brain injury and other injuries.

If you’ve been struck by a motor vehicle while riding your motorcycle, don’t give up hope. With the help of an experienced personal injury attorney, you can recover compensation for your injuries. Contact Tenn And Tenn, P.A. today at 1-888-511-1010 for more information on our firm’s successes and a free, confidential case consultation.

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