I was in a motorcycle accident about a year ago. I was the driver of the bike. I had no liscence nor was the bike registered at the time if the accident. I do not have any memory of the accident what so ever as I suffered a major head injury, broken right hand, broken right foot and a lacerated left elbow. According to another motorcyclist that I was traveling with stated that he looked in Hus rear mirror and seen my bike flip end over end and I landed in the fast lane. Several people stopped to assist me off of the freeway and move my bike off of the freeway as well. A 911 call was placed and Highway Patrol was dispatched according to the other motorcyclist. CHP arrived at the scene about 25 min later. Per the witness I was suffering from a head injury as I was not acting right, could not remember what happened, or where I was or the fact that I had a bike. There were several other indications that I was injured and suffered from a head injury. My helmet could not be found. Per the witness the CHP spoke with me and decided that I didnt need medical attention and placed me in the passenger seat of his patrol car. Transported me to the next exit and dropped me off. No report nothing
I don't like the case because there is no minimum requirement time for the CHP to arrive
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