Safely Remove Helmet

How to Safely Remove a Motorcycle Helmet

I really appreciate the simplicity and elegant design of the Eject® Helmet Removal System which claims to allow a motorcycle helmet to be safely removed without causing spinal cord injuries.  I was so impressed with this system that I had to show it here.

The company’s website says the Eject Helmet Removal System is the only tool that can quickly and safely remove a motorcycle helmet after a motorcycle accident, where head or neck injury is suspected.  The Eject Helmet Removal System can be used either by motorcyclists prior to a motorcycle accident or by EMS with a motorcyclist who did not have it at the time of the accident.

Video showing Eject® Helmet Removal System

ASMF partners with Shock Doctor, Eject® Helmet removal System
Another video demo of Eject Helmet Removal System

You can easily see from the above videos how effective the Eject® Helmet Removal System can be, but a look at the video X-Ray below shows just how effective it can be in preventing a spinal cord injury when trying to remove a motorcycle helmet.

Video showing Eject® Helmet Removal on video X-Ray compared to removing a motorcycle helmet without Eject®

For motorcyclists – the bladder is inserted in your helmet.

For EMS – We are looking into the feasibility of donating kits to either EMS or hospital ER in the Long Island, New York area.

A spinal cord injury is extremely serious and could be worth $millions in settlement.  Hopefully, with the Eject® Helmet Removal System, you won’t have a spinal cord injury and your helmet can keep you alive but you can still have a concussion which is a mild traumatic brain injury worth well in excess of $1 million.  A more serious traumatic brain injury can be worth many $millions.

If you have a motorcycle accident, call 1-800-HURT-911 for a free consultation and we will investigate to find out if you had a concussion which could be an extremely valuable injury.

For more information on why a concussion is so valuable, see www.doyouhaveTBI.com.  You may not be aware that you had a concussion, so call us immediately after a motorcycle accident.