Motor vehicle accidents include both car accidents and motorcycle accidents. Injuries sustained from both types of accidents may result in a viable personal injury case. First, someone has to be responsible for your injuries. If you were the driver and you were found to be at fault, there is no one responsible for your injuries. If you were only partially at fault, you can still have a legitimate claim against the driver who was also at fault for the accident.
Motorcycle accidents can be severe, simply because the driver of the motorcycle is not as protected as the driver within the car. Although drivers are encouraged to keep an eye out for motorcycles when the weather is warm, motorcycle accidents are caused all the time because of careless drivers. If you were following all traffic laws, and a car didn’t see you, causing your injuries, you have a reasonable claim against the other party.