When Motorcycle Accidents Lead to Burn Injuries in Kentucky (Part B)

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One way to reduce your chances of suffering burn injuries while riding a motorcycle is by wearing protective gear at all times. It’s essential to cover as much skin as possible with materials such as leather or synthetics. 

Leather and synthetic outerwear is specifically constructed not to tear as easily upon impact in motorcycle accidents.

Despite taking precautions, however, you could still become the victim of a negligent driver who will claim, “I didn’t see you.” When this happens, you should have good legal counsel by your side. A Kentucky personal injury law firm may be able to help you recover damages for your medical expenses, property damage and other losses.

Treatment for Burn Injuries after Motorcycle Accidents

Treatment for burn injuries will depend on the severity of the burn. Consider third-degree burns, for example. Treatment may involve any of the following: 

  • IV fluids to prevent dehydration from loss of skin;
  • antibiotics and pain medication;
  • protective dressings;
  • skin grafting; and
  • surgery. 

These kinds of burn injuries may lead to significant time in an intensive care unit as well as a lot of medical leave from work. At this vulnerable time, you should be able to focus on your recovery, not a lot of legalese. Your attorney can help by gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses and preparing legal documents to help you seek the fair compensation you deserve.

Contact a Kentucky Motorcycle Accident Attorney Today

If you or someone you love has endured burn injuries in a motorcycle accident, the lawyers at Gray and White Law are here to help you. We know how devastating it is to be involved in any kind of motorcycle collision so we believe in getting you the compensation you deserve. 

For a FREE CONSULTATION, do not hesitate to call Gray and White Law at 1-502-210-8942 or toll free at 1-888-450-4456.