A 47-year-old motorcyclist reportedly sustained serious injuries after he was involved in a daytime traffic wreck in Hall County. The Gainesville man was allegedly riding a Harley Davidson north on McEver Road near Gould Drive when he unexpectedly struck a curb and lost control of his bike. According to a representative for the Georgia State Patrol, the motorcyclist crossed the median and hit a southbound passenger vehicle. Following the crash, the motorcycle rider was purportedly taken by emergency medical helicopter to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.

The exact cause of the injury accident is under investigation by the Georgia State Patrol. According to authorities, charges are currently pending in connection with the motorcycle wreck. At this time, it is unknown whether the 42-year-old driver of the automobile suffered any harm in the collision.

Unfortunately, the injuries sustained in a Georgia motorcycle crash like this one are often serious or life-threatening. Motorcyclists who are hurt by a negligent motorist may be eligible to receive damages for their medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and benefits, any resulting temporary or permanent disability, and more. In addition, the loved ones of someone who was killed in a fatal motorcycle collision may be …

Last week, a motorcycle driver was critically injured on Georgia State Route 140 in Cherokee County. The accident reportedly occurred after 22-year-old Stephanie Marie Christ of Canton pulled onto the roadway directly in the path of a Chevrolet S-10 pick-up truck that was heading east. According to Georgia State Patrol spokesperson Gordy Wright, the driver of the pick-up, 62-year-old Larry Richard Mason of Waleska, Mississippi, left the roadway after hitting the motorcyclist. His truck reportedly wound up in a nearby ditch with Christ trapped beneath it.

Rescue crews were allegedly called upon to pull Christ from the accident wreckage. The woman was transported by emergency helicopter to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. Cherokee Fire Department spokesperson Tim Cavender stated Mason was not seriously hurt in the crash. At this time, no charges have been filed against either driver. The Georgia State Patrol is currently investigating the exact cause of the collision.

The injuries that victims of Georgia motorcycle accidents sustain are often severe and life-changing. Motorcyclists who are hurt due to another driver’s negligence may be entitled to compensation for pain, suffering, medical costs, and temporary or permanent disability. The loved ones of someone killed in a motorcycle crash may …

Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created a wireless glove that was designed to improve the motor skills of the victims of a spinal cord injury. The Mobile Music Touch teaches individuals with partial paralysis in their arm or hand to play the piano by vibrating the fingers of the person wearing the device. Each vibration sends a signal to the wearer regarding which key on the piano to press next. Despite that the victims of a paralyzing accident normally see little improvement in limb movement over the course of their lives, individuals who used the Mobile Music Touch reportedly experienced improved finger motility.

In a research study conducted by Tanya Markow, PhD, the victims of spinal cord injuries were asked to practice playing the piano for 30 minutes, three days per week, for eight weeks. Half of the study participants practiced using a Mobile Music Touch, while the other half did not. The participants who learned to play the piano with the Mobile Music Touch also wore the glove an additional two hours per day, five days per week. Not only did the glove wearers learn to play the piano faster, they also made other alleged improvements.…

Over the Memorial Day Weekend, 30-year-old boxing champion Paul Williams was left paralyzed from the waist down following a motorcycle crash in Marietta. According to the Public Information Officer for the Marietta Police Department, David Baldwin, Williams crashed at a high rate of speed on the South Marietta Parkway near Atlanta Road. Williams reportedly left the roadway and struck an embankment following his attempts to avoid being hit by an oncoming vehicle. In a press release, Baldwin stated Williams was driving too fast for conditions. He also said despite that the accident is currently under investigation charges are now pending against Williams.

During the accident, Williams was thrown from the motorcycle and suffered a crushed spinal cord in his lower back. Although Williams has no sensation or movement from the waist down, he is currently in stable condition at WellStar Kennestone Hospital. Following the accident, Williams underwent surgery in the hopes of stabilizing his upper spine. Despite that he will soon begin rehabilitation, doctors have reportedly told Williams he will never walk again. According to Williams’ manager, George Peterson, the boxing champion is not in pain and suffered no other physical injuries. Williams told news reporters he believes he still …

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