Motorcyclist Suffers Critical Head Injury In Marysville Crash

A car and motorcycle collided overnight at 84th Street NE and State Avenue in Marysville, resulting in critical injuries to the motorcyclist, police said.

While information about the crash is not yet available, a photo of the crash scene shows a motorcycle with significant damage on its side in the middle of the roadway.

The motorcyclist was found at the scene with a critical head injury. He was taken to the hospital to be treated for those injuries.

motorcycle accident TBIWhat Is A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)?

A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is defined as a physical trauma to the head that results in a disruption of normal brain function. These can range from mild to severe, but they should all be treated carefully.

Concussions, an injury commonly sustained in minor car accidents or while participating in sports, is considered a mild form of TBI. In general, these are not life-threatening.

Severe forms of TBI can have disastrous and life-changing effects. There are two types of severe TBI: closed, which means the injury is caused by a movement of the brain within the skull; or penetrating, which means the injury is caused by a foreign object entering the skull and damaging the brain.

Next Steps After Suffering A TBI

Those who suffer a TBI often face an extremely long road to recovery. If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury as the result of another person’s negligence, it may be in your best interest to contact an experienced personal injury attorney

Attorney Chris Davis and the team at Davis Law Group, P.S., can help you navigate the complexities of a brain injury case. With over 25 years of experience representing victims with TBI, Mr. Davis has recovered millions of dollars in damages for his clients.

Contact us at (206) 727-4000, use the chat feature below or fill out the contact form on this page to schedule your free legal consultation.

Image: Marysville Police Department

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