Decreased visibility, poor weather conditions and the risk of ice on the roads all culminate to make cycling accidents in winter more common.
The joys of riding in the hot summer sun can feel like a distant memory for some motorcyclists as winter begins to take a hold of Britain. Dark nights, wet roads and cold weather all combine throughout the winter months to make it one of the most dangerous times of the year for those who ride motorbikes to be on the roads.
According to Headway – the brain injury association there are approximately 1 million people who visit A&E following a head injury each year in the UK.
Whilst some of these head injuries will show physical signs of their seriousness, for example, they may be unconscious, some may only appear to be minor head injuries.
There are a wide variety of reasons why a brain or spinal injury might occur, however, one thing is certain, such injuries have the potential to change a person’s life forever.
Going about your daily business doesn’t usually entail constantly having to assess each shop, restaurant or public place that you enter for what dangers you may potentially face as well as whether you may need to make a public liability claim.