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As motorcyclists are often found abusing the speed of a motorcycle, they continue to put themselves at risk of getting involved in a motorcycle accident. Speeding reduces the amount of time a motorcyclist has to react to potential hazards ahead. A vehicle may abruptly stop or make a sudden turn, an animal could be crossing the street, or a pedestrian could be seen running through a crosswalk under a yellow light.
If a motorcyclist does not have enough time to react to any of these said scenarios, they will be putting not only themselves in danger, but others, as well. Since motorcycles do not offer protection, a motorcyclist will likely suffer from serious injuries, or even death, depending on how intense the impact is.
Those who have suffered a motorcycle accident injury due to negligence committed by another party are qualified to file a personal injury claim for damages. Our experienced motorcycle accident attorneys at West Coast Trial Lawyers are readily available to handle your case. We will help strengthen your claim and negotiate with insurance companies to ensure you get a fair settlement offer.
You may contact our 24/7 legal team to schedule a free consultation by calling 213-927-3700 or filling out our quick contact form.
Common Types of Motorcycle Accident Injuries
Motorcyclists are very vulnerable when they are out on the road due to their lack of protection. It is expected for a motorcyclist to endure serious injuries from an accident since they are not shielded. Common types of motorcycle accident injuries include:
If you or a loved one are a victim of a motorcycle accident and are seeking to get compensation for injuries, West Coast Trial Lawyers will have our experienced motorcycle accident attorneys handle your case and get you the justice you deserve. Our attorneys are determined to get you maximum compensation for your medical care and damages.
We offer a free, no-obligation consultation at our firm. No fees are charged until we win your case. Reach out to our legal team 24/7 by calling 213-927-3700 or filling out our contact form.