Left-hand turn accidents are one of the most common types of motorcycle accidents. These accidents are caused by a driver failing to notice a motorcycle because of its small size, thus resulting in a collision. This normally happens on intersections when the driver is waiting to turn left and does not see the oncoming motorcycle.
Victims of a left-hand turn accident are welcomed to contact our skilled personal injury attorneys at West Coast Trial Lawyers. We have over 60 years of collective legal experience in handling personal injury cases. With our track record of recovering more than $1 billion in settlements for our clients, we are confident that we will deliver a good outcome to your case.
If you are interested in using our services or have any questions in regards to your left-hand turn accident, you may contact our 24/7 legal team by calling 213-927-3700 or filling out our quick contact form.
There are a variety of injuries that a motorcyclist may suffer from a left-hand turn accident. These include:
Depending on the seriousness of the accident, the motorcyclist may face temporary or permanent paralysis.
There are several factors that come into play when determining who is at-fault for a left-hand turn accident. Generally, it would be the individual who is turning that is at-fault for the collision. They are responsible for making sure that it is safe enough to change to the left. The driver is expected to yield to oncoming traffic and should only be permitted to move when the area is clear for them to do so.
In some cases, the non-turning rider may be at-fault. An example could be the rider exceeding the speed limit, thus resulting in a powerful impact with the left-turning car. However, it may be difficult to prove this, which is why an investigation must take place to review how the road conditions were prior to the accident.
Overall, it is important for both parties involved to have evidence and relevant information on-hand to back themselves up after a left-hand turn accident.
After you get into a left-hand turn motorcycle accident, you should:
If any bystanders are willing to participate in your case, you should get their name(s) and phone number(s). Their perspective on the accident can make your claim stronger.
If you have suffered injuries due to a motorcycle accident, then you have the authority to hold the guilty party responsible. At West Coast Trial Lawyers, our Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorneys are readily available to help you get the justice you deserve. We will help you recover your financial compensation for any losses you may have suffered, which include medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering from your injury.
We offer a free, no-obligation consultation with the attorneys at our firm. No fees are required to be paid until we win your case. Reach out to our legal team 24/7 by calling 213-927-3700 or filling out our quick contact form.