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Missing work due to a motorcycle accident

Motorcycle crashes often leave victims with many different problems, such as serious injuries and financial issues due to medical costs. However, there are other consequences associated with these wrecks that do not always receive as much attention. For example, someone may have to miss work because of motorcycle accident injuries, which can not only disrupt their career but may lead to financial hardships as well. If you have had to take time off of work because of a motorcycle accident, it is important to review any legal options you may have if the incident was caused by someone else’s careless behavior.

Motorcyclists are often especially vulnerable when they collide with a larger vehicle. Broken bones and other serious injuries occur far too often, and it may take weeks or even months for a motorcyclist to recover from his or her injuries. In some instances, these accidents lead to a permanent disability that prevents someone from walking or performing a job-related task that is crucial. In these cases, a motorcyclist may have to quit working altogether, which can make the rest of their life difficult in various ways.

Taking time off work because of a motorcycle accident can be difficult, but those recovering from a crash should be aware of any options that are on the table. For example, if they were hit by an intoxicated driver or someone who was going over the speed limit, they may be able to receive compensation to aid in their recovery by filing a lawsuit.

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