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Paralysis refers to a loss of sensation and motor function in part or all of the body. Paralysis can be complete or incomplete, temporary or permanent. The most common cause of paralysis is a spinal cord injury, such as a spinal fracture in a car accident.
In a serious accident, such as a car crash or bad fall, a victim could suffer a catastrophic injury that results in a condition known as paralysis. Paralysis is the temporary or permanent loss of feeling and function in part of the body.
Automobile insurance is an important type of financial protection for all motor vehicle operators in Arizona, including motorcyclists. Insurance can help relieve the financial burden of an accident by contributing to the costs of medical bills and vehicle repairs. Furthermore, if you are legally required to carry insurance on your motorcycle, failing to do so can result in a fine and the suspension of your operator’s license.