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- Many times, heavy vehicles like trucks, buses and even automobile drivers’ callous attitude and reckless driving may result in an accident where a motorcyclist might suffer injuries like serious back injuries, Bone fractures, Soft-tissue injuries, Loss of limbs or digits, Spinal cord damage, Paralysis or quadriplegia, Brain injuries, Pedestrian accidents, Bicycle accidents, Head injuries.
- As a result, an estimated 5,000 people die in motorcycle accidents each year and countless more are injured. While the number of motorcycle fatalities decreased by 5% in 2018, they were rising steadily from 1998 through 2008 and accounted for 14% of traffic deaths in 2017.
- While 38% of motorcyclists in 2017 were killed in single-vehicle crashes due to inexperience, weather and road conditions, or other factors; 62% of fatal accidents involved multiple vehicles and may be attributed to the negligence of other drivers.