In Pasadena, motorcycle accidents are reported quite often. The most recent incident occurred in May of 2021. The motorcyclist was hit by a driver who was making a left turn. Unfortunately, left-hand turn motorcycle accidents are very common. According to federal data, 36 percent of motorcycle accidents are caused by vehicles making a left turn ahead of a motorcycle. Drivers are expected to carefully check their surroundings prior to making turns or lane changes. However, many of them do not care enough to check properly or forget to look at their blind spots.
If you were a victim of a motorcycle accident and would like to file a lawsuit against the driver at-fault, West Coast Trial Lawyers has skilled Pasadena motorcycle accident attorneys with over 60 years of collective legal experience in handling personal injury cases. We have won over 5,000 cases and acquired more than $1 billion in settlements and judgments for our clients. Due to our success with client satisfaction, we have been ranked as one of the top personal injury law firms in Pasadena.
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There are several factors that can contribute to a motorcycle accident. This includes the following:
Since there are several dangers associated with riding a motorcycle, it is always important to know what you should do to prevent yourself from getting in harm’s way.
If you or a loved one were involved in a motorcycle accident in Pasadena, West Coast Trial Lawyers has Pasadena motorcycle accident attorneys that have extensive experience in handling personal injury cases. We will make sure that you receive the maximum financial and emotional compensation you deserve.
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