Cruiser Motorcycle Accidents

Cruisers are a little different from other motorcycles. They are generally heavier, bulkier, more solid and more visible than lighter motorcycles like sport bikes. Though these facts are generally consistent, riders can still potentially experience serious, catastrophic and even fatal injuries if they are involved in a cruiser motorcycle accident. Cruisers are seen as an ideal freeway bike and are frequently taken out on our Central Florida highways. Therefore, because of increased speed limits, Cruiser drivers and  riders are at great risk of devastating accidents with an increased chance of life-altering injury or death.

Cruisers are:

  • Bulkier
  • Heavier
  • Solid
  • Visible
  • Often used on highways

The Devastating Consequences Of A Cruiser Accident

Without a doubt, any type of motorcycle accident is potentially very dangerous for the rider or riders involved. They might be hit, thrown from the bike, dragged or run over by other vehicles, by their own bike or could even be impaled nearby objects such as signage, posts and other roadside additions. Injuries can include multiple broken, fractured and cracked bones, cranial trauma, concussion, brain injuries, neck, back, and spinal injuries, facial disfigurement, amputation of limbs, paralysis, severe, life-altering burns, nerve and soft tissue damage, cripplingly severe lacerations and abrasions (road rash) and even more. These kind of motorcycle and cruiser injuries might need only days to heal, or could require weeks, months or even a lifetime of exorbitantly priced medical care. As a result, riders of motorcycles and cruisers usually experience at least some lost employment and wages which frequently results in serious financial jeopardy.

If you have been in a motorcycle or cruiser accident and you believe that the other party is somehow at fault as a result of negligence or wrongdoing, that party may be liable. An experienced, knowledgeable motorcycle accident attorney in Hernando, Pinellas, Citrus, Hillsborough or Pasco county may be able to initiate an injury or damages claim on your behalf.  You will deal directly with a motorcycle accident attorney who will, if needed, come to you to discuss the details and merits of your claim. All of our case consultations are absolutely free of charge and obligation.

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