Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Accidents on the road can be horrible experiences. Motorcycle accidents are common on American roads. Riders who get involved in motorcycle accidents often sustain injuries that vary from mild neck injury to more serious ones. In fact, compared to cars, motorcycle accidents are likely to result in critical injuries or death.

Once there is a motorcycle accident, hospitalization, therapy, surgery and ongoing doctor visits take their toll on a family’s budget. Loss of wages and earning potential adds to the misery.

Motorcyclists are the most vulnerable commuters on the road. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 80 percent motorcycle accidents result in injury and death. Ejection from the motorcycle is also one of the common causes of accidents.

If you’ve become a victim of a motorcycle accident, it’s wise to reach out to the attorneys at the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess. Our experienced staff and attorneys are conversant with the state and federal laws. This, in turn, helps us fight for a rightful compensation. What’s more, we offer a FREE initial review of your case.

Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

  • Unsafe lane changes
  • Speeding
  • Sudden stops
  • Inexperienced drivers
  • Dangerous road conditions
  • Tire blowouts
  • Negligent or distracted driving
  • Defective safety equipment
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Call our office today for a FREE initial review of your motorcycle accident case.  Our experienced lawyers work on a contingent basis which means that our fee is based on the outcome of your case.

 

Don’t Delay! You may have a valid claim! Let our attorneys assist you before the statute of limitations expires!

Motorcycle Accidents Lead to Physical Pain and Financial Losses

Contact the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess to schedule a consultation with a motorcycle accident attorney.

Common Motorcycle Accidents and How To Avoid Them

 

  • Don’t drink and drive

Once you drink the chances of your own crash skyrockets. The most common type of crash involves running off the road. Head-on collisions are common when the bike collides with rigid objects such as trees, fire hydrants, parked cars, culverts, and so on.

  • Halting without warning

If you halt suddenly without warning, you may end up suffering a rear-end collision. To avoid such collisions, make sure that you slow down gradually. It’s also good practice to remain alert to the vehicles behind you at intersections.

  • Failing to maintain adequate distance

Conditions such as rain, snow, and ice can make the roads slippery or reduce visibility. Therefore, it’s important to maintain adequate distance between you and other vehicles on the road.

 

If you’ve become a victim of a motorcycle accident, you may require expensive and long-term medical care. Our motorcycle accident attorneys can help you meet the burden of proof required to hold the responsible parties accountable for their negligence.

Call the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess today!

Our Motorcycle Accident Attorneys are Readily Available to Assist You

Medical bills from ambulances, doctors, surgeons and hospitals add up quickly. Loss of wages, loss of earning potential and pain and suffering can make it even more difficult financially after an accident.

  • 4,976 motorcyclists killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes in 2015
  • 4,594 motorcyclists killed in 2014
  • 88,000 motorcyclists injured in 2015
  • 92,000 motorcyclists injured in 2014
  • 14% of all traffic fatalities are motorcycle-related
  • 4% of all people injured in wrecks are motorcycle related
  • 94% of motorcycle fatalities (4,684) were riders
  • 6% of motorcycle fatalities (292) were passengers
  • 55% of motorcycle fatalities happen in urban areas compared to 45% in rural areas
  • 33% accidents occurred at intersections, 67% occurred at non-intersection locations
  • 57% accidents happened during daylight, 38% in the dark, 4% during dusk, and 1% during dawn
  • 97% accidents occurred in cloudy/clear weather compared to 2% in the rain and 1% in other conditions
  • 90% mishaps occurred on surface streets compared to 10% on interstates
  • Helmets saved the lives of 1,772 motorcyclists in 2015
  • 740 additional lives could have been saved if a helmet had been worn

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