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What should you do if you are seriously injured in a motorcycle accident

Call 911 and Ask for Help

If you are involved in a motorcycle accident, either you or someone at the scene should call 911. A police officer will be dispatched to the scene of the accident. If there are injuries, EMS and/or paramedics will be dispatched.

If you are one of the parties injured, stay calm. If you have spilled off your motorcycle, do not get up. A quick assessment by a medical professional will ascertain if you should be transported directly to an emergency room. If your injury is not serious, you may be able to get up and move around.

If a passenger on your motorcycle is injured and you are not, stay on hand to calm the passenger and provide the medical professional with as much information about the person as you can. For example, does the passenger have a heart condition or other medical condition?

Get Contact Information

If possible, once you are stabilized, ask any other driver involved in the accident for the following information:

Name, address, and phone number
Drivers license and license plate number
Insurance company name and phone number
Were there witnesses to the accident? If yes, ask for their contact information also. Did anyone take photos or a video of the accident? This evidence should be preserved and provided if you intend to sue the person who caused your accident.

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