Motorcyclist remains in critical condition after a head-on crash

Maryland motorcycle accidents cause serious injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists. Here in Laurel, Maryland, motorcyclists are aware that riding their motorcycles is more dangerous than driving a car. This is why they double their efforts when it comes to preventing motorcycle accidents. Before hitting the road, riders are advised to check their two-wheeled vehicles to determine if everything is in good condition. Wearing safety gear, such as helmets, can also prevent serious injury in the event of a collision.

Even the most responsible riders sometimes find themselves involved in collisions due to someone else's recklessness or failure to exercise due care. In Frederick, Maryland, a driver of a vehicle heading northbound overtook another vehicle and caused a head-on collision with a southbound motorcyclist. The motorcyclist sustained severe injuries and was airlifted to a nearby hospital. According to authorities, they continue to investigate the mishap, and the driver who caused the crash is likely to face charges once the investigation is completed.

Recovering from a motorcycle-related injury can be a long process. The injured party may have to take a leave of absence from work during medical treatment, rehabilitation and therapy. The costs of all these treatments can be expensive and not all medical treatments are covered by health care insurance. Fortunately, a motorcycle accident victim may receive compensation if the accident was caused by another party's negligence. The motorcycle accident victim may file a personal injury claim and seek damages from the responsible party.

Monetary damages awarded to the plaintiff may include lost wages, pain and suffering and medical expenses. The amount of damages depends on the severity of the injury sustained. Readers with issues similar to these may seek sound legal advice before filing a claim.

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