Most people ride their motorcycle around Lake Winnebago for a fun, relaxing summer road cruise. The streets and highways in the Fox Valley offer a beautiful view of Wisconsin’s countryside. Unfortunately, many bikers and automobile drivers are not careful enough and the results can be catastrophic: data from the National Highway shows motorcycle riders are significantly more likely to die in a crash than passengers in other vehicles.
According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, in 2013, Outagamie, Winnebago and Brown counties were tied for 10th place for the highest number of fatal motorcycle crashes in Wisconsin. Taken as a whole, the Fox Valley tied for 3rd, only ranking behind Milwaukee and Waukesha counties. The motorcycle crash injury statistics are just as frightening. Brown County ranked 4th, Winnebago County was 10th and Outagamie County was close behind at 11th.
Taken together, the cities of the Fox Valley had the second highest number of motorcycle related injuries in the entire state of Wisconsin.
Residents of Appleton, Oshkosh and Green Bay must exercise care when riding motorcycles to avoid becoming a statistic. If you or a loved one is ever involved in a motorcycle crash, be sure to contact Appleton personal injury attorney Ronald Tusler for personal, effective legal representation. Recovering all the costs and bills associated with the severe injuries caused by motorcycle accidents requires Attorney Tusler’s dedication and talent. Get the compensation you are owed with Appleton motorcycle crash lawyer Ronald Tusler.
Many common personal injuries due to auto accidents in Wisconsin include:
If you or a loved one has suffered any personal injuries due to someone else’s carelessness, contact Tusler Law immediately.
No matter how minor your motorcycle accident injuries are, things can go south fast. Make sure you organize your last will & testament in the effect of a tragic outcome.
|A Menasha man was injured in a motorcycle accident caused by the negligence of another driver.||Atty. Tusler provided the aggressive legal support required to secure a large cash settlement.|
|An individual was texting while driving, causing serious injuries to a cyclist in Appleton.
||The monetary award was more than enough to cover the victim's huge medical bills.|
Many motorcyclists ride helmetless, enjoying the wind in their hair and an increased sense of freedom. Appleton personal injury Attorney Ron Tusler has examined motorcycle crash data for the entire Fox Valley area, including Brown, Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties and has come to a shocking conclusion. In all reported fatal motorcycle accidents since 1994, only 20.8% of riders were wearing helmets. The other 79.2% were only wearing goggles or had no protection at all when they died in a crash.
Conversely, in injury causing motorcycle crashes, 35.1% of motorcyclists had helmets. When the number of riders wearing a helmet who were involved in a crash is compared to the severity of their injuries, the truth is revealed. Only 1.8% of riders wearing helmets were killed in a motorcycle crash.
98.2% of helmeted motorcyclists survived their accident.
Riders in Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh and the rest of the Fox Valley should be sure to wear a helmet. When you are involved in a motorcycle crash, contact Appleton Attorney Ron Tusler for a free consultation and no-win no-fee legal representation. If you have lost a loved one in an accident, Atty. Ron Tusler offers the same services for wrongful death litigation as for personal injuries. Do not become a fatal crash statistic, always wear your helmet when riding a motorcycle.
Residents of Brown, Winnebago, Outagamie and Calumet Counties know they should never drink and drive. Unfortunately, many still do. Based on data obtained from the State of Wisconsin, Appleton Atty. Tusler has learned the sad truth about fatal motorcycle accidents in the Fox Valley.
While only 3% of all motorcycle crashes reported since 1994 resulted in a fatal injury, 49.2% of these fatal accidents were alcohol related.
Drinking and riding a motorcycle is a very dangerous combination. Even if there are no cars or other automobiles on the road, you are still at very high risk of being involved in a deadly accident. The statistics list the details of each crash. 61% of fatal motorcycle crashes were caused by hitting something other than another motor vehicle. Some riders struck deer, others hit a curb and several died as a result of a non-collision accident.
If you or a loved one is injured or killed in any kind of motorcycle accident, seek legal representation immediately. Appleton Attorney Ron Tusler offers a free initial consultation and no-win no-fee representation for all victims of personal injury and wrongful death.
Motorcycle accidents can be caused by a number of negligent acts:
Regardless of the accident cause, the injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident can be both devastating and life altering; head trauma, paraplegia, broken bones, spinal injuries, internal bleeding, road rash with permanent scarring…Attorney Tusler is
Injuriesan experienced Appleton motorcycle accident lawyer familiar with the long-term consequences of an accident including:
You shouldn’t have to struggle through these financial hardships and personal burdens alone. Tusler Law will help you.
Attorney Tusler offers free consultations and risk-free legal representation. You won’t pay a single penny until your personal injury case is won. We’ll build a comprehensive case and fight aggressively for fair compensation of your medical bills, pain and suffering, and beyond.
When you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, never speak with the insurance company until you’ve spoken with an experienced personal injury lawyer, like Ronald W. Tusler. Insurance companies will try to wave off motorcycle accident claims as being an “inherent risk” to avoid paying higher settlements. Not fair! Motorcyclists have the same rights as other vehicles. You need a motorcycle accident lawyer familiar with Wisconsin driving laws to effectively present your case and fight for maximum compensation.