Motorcycle accidents are typically much more devastating than automobile accidents, primarily due to the fact that a motorcyclist has none of the protections afforded those inside an automobile, surrounded by steel and glass, not to mention airbags and safety belts.
Consider the following motorcycle accident trauma statistics: (more…)
More than 37,000 people die on America’s roadways each year as the result of a car accident, with an additional 2.35 million being injured or disabled. Of those who die as the result of a car accident, 1,600 are children under the age of 15, and 8,000 are between the ages of 16 and 20. Despite the fact that there are roughly 6 million car crashes in the United States each year (including everything from minor parking lot bump-ins to serious and deadly car collisions) we still know relatively little about car accidents. (more…)