According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motorcycle riders are 26 times more likely to die in a crash, and five times more likely to suffer from serious injuries. This is largely because motorcycles offer riders little to no protection, putting them at a higher risk of catastrophic injury and even death.
Common injuries from motorcycle wrecks include:
If you have been injured in a motorcycle collision, Casey Law Offices has the experience you need to file an effective claim. We understand the challenges of litigating motorcycle claims, including addressing potential jury bias and the complexities of such injuries. We can explain the specific laws and help you navigate your case. Our personal injury attorneys can fight for the maximum compensation that you will need for medical treatment, lost wages, property damage, pain and suffering, and other damages.
Immediately following a motorcycle accident, it is important that you take the necessary steps to protect your claim. Here are some tips on what you should do after a motorcycle accident so you can improve your chances of obtaining a fair recovery.
While motorcycle riders are taught to drive defensively, accidents can still happen. Many motorcycle crashes are caused by negligent drivers who fail to observe traffic laws.
Motorcycle accidents are often caused by:
The reality is that most motorcycle accidents can be prevented. Whether your accident was caused by a negligent motorist or a malfunctioning auto part, we can help you seek damages for your losses. Our law firm can evaluate the details of your claim and work with accident experts to help you determine liability. We carefully assemble each claim with the right evidence so we can maximize your financial recovery. From negotiation to litigation, our Milwaukee motorcycle accident attorney can walk you through each step.
Injured motorcyclists may be able to recover past, current, and future damages for losses incurred by the accident.
Victims who were injured while riding their motorcycles will often face numerous challenges and obstacles when filing a claim.
For one, you may face difficulties reaching a fair agreement with insurance companies, who may try to underpay a claim or even blame you for the accident. Insurers will never hesitate to point out if a rider was not wearing a helmet so they can argue contributory negligence in order to limit or deny you compensation.
If your case ends up going to trial, you and your attorney will face a new set of obstacles with jury bias. Most jurors do not understand motorcycle riders nor do they have experience riding one. They also tend to base their perceptions of motorcycle riders on negative stereotypes that portray riders as reckless individuals who knowingly accept the risks of riding a "dangerous vehicle."
While there are numerous factors working against motorcycle accident victims, these misconceptions can be challenged with the help of a skilled trial attorney. Our injury lawyers can help you aggressively prepare, investigate, and negotiate or litigate your claim.
Our personal injury lawyers accept cases on a contingent fee basis. If we are unsuccessful in recovering compensation for you, then you do not owe us legal fees.
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