The Truth About Bicycle Accidents – Helmet Use May Not Prevent Traumatic Brain Injury

Statistics from the U.S. Department of Transportation indicate that some 4, 500 bicyclists experience a non-fatal injury each year. Since many of these injuries were related to the head, face, or neck area, one would think that cyclists are failing at helmet use, but this assumption could not be further from the truth. Learn the truth about bicycle accidents and helmet use, including why helmets are not always effective at [...]

2017-09-11T08:36:00+00:00September 11, 2017|Bicycle Accidents|

Wisconsin Helmet Laws – Can Not Wearing a Helmet Reduce Your Compensation?

For the most part, bicycles and motorcycles are supposed to be treated just like any other vehicle on the road. However, unlike cars and trucks, bicycles and motorcycles do not provide body protection. Because of this, riders are especially prone to serious injury. Head injuries, or traumatic brain injury (TBI), are one of the greatest risks, which is why helmet use is encouraged. What happens, though, when a rider is [...]

2017-07-06T09:20:00+00:00July 6, 2017|Motorcycle Accidents|
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