Experienced Attorneys, Aggressive Representation

Motorcycle Accident FAQ

Feeling the wind while cruising the open road with full panoramic views is reason enough for many motorcyclists to choose two wheels over four. Motorcycles have long been considered a symbol of freedom, and riders often relate their bikes to their personality. Their rides are an extension of themselves. However, operating a motorcycle requires skill… read more

Some motorcycle accidents are unavoidable, and even the most experienced riders may succumb to this fate. Priority is always placed on preventing collisions, but your actions afterward are also important to avoid further injuries and possible legal headaches. What to Expect After a Motorcycle Accident Riders often experience disorientation after an accident. This confusion could… read more

Motorcycles are more fun to drive than other vehicles for many reasons. They are incredibly maneuverable, offer panoramic views, and have exceptional agility compared to a car. However, this fun comes with the risk of motorcycles not having the same standard safety features available in cars, making their accidents far more likely to involve serious… read more

Motorcycle accidents cause excruciating injuries and even death. Riders and their passengers are often thrown from the bike upon impact. They commonly experience head and neck injuries, brain damage, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, burns, road rash, impalements, bruising, scarring, and emotional trauma. These injuries are expensive to treat, and their motorcycles are often unsalvageable…. read more

Post-traumatic stress disorder is very real and more common than most people know. It can easily develop after a motorcycle accident, especially when life-altering injuries and deaths occur. Not everyone will develop PTSD. It depends on the individual and the circumstances surrounding the incident. That said, anyone involved in the accident can potentially develop PTSD,… read more

Motorcycle accidents are less frequent than car accidents, but the resulting injuries are usually much worse. Motorcyclists do not have the same protective barriers as cars or trucks, leaving riders more at risk of severe injuries or death from collisions. Survivors of accidents often face grueling recovery times and expensive treatments for injuries that may… read more

Motorcycles are much smaller and more agile than other vehicles on the road. Their narrow profile allows them to fit between two lanes of traffic traveling in the same direction. This practice is known as lane splitting. Riders do this to pass by traffic so they can move to safer riding conditions instead of being… read more

Anyone who has been injured in a motorcycle accident that was caused by someone else has the option to sue the at-fault driver personally for damages. Most riders file a personal injury claim when seeking compensation for their injuries, lost wages, pain and suffering, and property damage. The best way to decide if you should… read more

Many people dream of owning a motorcycle. They sometimes wait for years and even into retirement to get one. The initial excitement of finally achieving this lifelong dream sometimes clouds what is usually good judgment. Your car insurance does not cover your motorcycle. You are statistically most likely to get into an accident when you… read more

Motorcycles do not have the same safety features as other vehicles. Riders are exposed to the elements and are more susceptible to severe injuries and death than people traveling in cars. More serious injuries mean higher medical expenses, longer recovery times with lost wages, and higher pain and suffering claims than what someone riding in… read more

Free Consultation

fields required *

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.