The driver who rear-ended you while you were driving your bike on I-39, I-94, or another Madison, Wisconsin, road was no help. He is the one who has caused your injuries and your pain. He may have barely asked if you were okay at the scene of the crash. It is easy to be angry with him, and you likely have every reason to be upset. However, he isn’t the only one that you should think about after a motorcycle wreck.
It Is Also Important to Remember Those Who Helped You
The people who helped save your life, ease your pain, or bring a smile to your face following your crash may be paid to do their jobs or they may be the friends and relatives who love you. However, it is important to think about the:
- Accident witness who called 911 and stayed with you at the accident scene.
- The paramedic, nurse, or doctor who went above and beyond the call of duty to make you comfortable.
- The coworkers, neighbors, or buddies who sent meals to your family, cut your lawn, or helped support your family while you were recovering.
- Your closest friends and family who have been by your side.
These people expect no honors from you. They may even refuse any gifts that you try to give them. However, it is important to thank them with your words. It is important to recognize their good natures and their support of you as an injured Wisconsin rider.
Who surprised you the most after your motorcycle crash? What did you do to thank them? Please leave a comment on this post and let others know the good parts of your accident story and how they may thank the people who helped them the most.