Injured in a Motorcycle Accident without a Helmet? Here's What You Can Do

Some motorcycle riders wear helmets, others do not. South Carolina law does not require helmets for people over 21. While a helmet may prevent certain injuries, your choice not to wear a helmet does not prevent you from filing a claim if the wreck was caused by another person's negligence.

Motorcycle accidents can lead to catastrophic injuries regardless of whether someone was wearing a helmet. And while we certainly encourage every rider to put on a helmet before heading out on the roadways, your choice not to should never affect your legal right to fair compensation. If you have any questions following a motorcycle crash in South Carolina, I am here to help. Call me today for a free consultation at (803) 790-2800 or to receive free copies of my books. I look forward to being of service.