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Motorcycle Fractures

Motorcycle Accident Fractures of Military Personnel

Motorcycles are an increasingly popular form of transportation, but unfortunately are associated with an increasing number of accidents annually.  Motorcycle accidents and injuries have been particularly prevalent on military bases, including the bases for the US Marines, Army, Navy, Coast Guard, and Air Force in California.  For one branch, military accidents included motorcycles in 40 percent of vehicular accidents although the percentage of military people who rode motorcycles was only 10 percent.  So motorcycle accidents and their resulting injuries are an important matter for motorcyclists in the military.

One of the most common injuries resulting from a motorcycle accident is the broken bone or fracture.  Unfortunately, motorcycle accident related fractures require special care and extended healing time.  As the most common orthopaedic fractures are those of the lower extremities (the feet, ankles, and legs), the injuries can disrupt the military person’s ability to do their job.  Even with military care, costs of injuries care expensive and the healing time is sometimes complicated by delayed union, nonunion, or other lack of healing to the fracture.  Surgeries are often required, as well as repeated imaging to track the damage and healing of the fractures.

If you or your loved one is in the military and are the victim of a motorcycle accident due to the negligence of another party, Michael Ehline has the understanding and experience that could benefit your fight for your rights and compensation.  Michael Ehline not only has years of experience representing victims of a motorcycle accident, he is also a motorcyclists and a Marine.  As a Marine, Mr. Ehline understands military personnel as well as their and their family’s needs.  Ehline Law Firm has offices located throughout California and convenient to the military bases of all branches including but not limited to Los Angeles Air Force Base, Camp Pendleton and Naval Base Coronado in San Diego, and in Salinas near Fort Hunter Liggett and Presidio of Monterey.  If you would like more information, please feel free to call 1-888-400-7921 and speak to a broken bone injury lawyer today.

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