If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, you need an aggressive Motorcycle Accident Lawyer that will fight for your rights. Call us at (480) 361-2442 for a free legal consultation.
Experienced Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
The goal of our experienced, aggressive motorcycle accident lawyers is to help you get all the compensation you are entitled to. We know how to prepare and win motorcycle accident cases.
We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not owe us anything unless we recover for you. We also offer a free, no-obligation consultation to assist you in evaluating whether you have a claim.
Why You Need an Aggressive Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Riding a bike can be exhilarating. There are many scenic rides throughout Arizona. Most riders do not think they will be involved in a motorcycle accident. But life can change in flash. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), bike riders are 35 times more likely to die in a traffic crash than occupants in a car, and they are 8 times more likely to be injured.
Motorcycle accident injuries can be serious and even deadly. It can take months or even years to recover from a serious accident.
In some cases, insurance companies will try to settle quickly with an injured bike rider before a bike accident lawsuit is filed. It is very important to be very careful about settling a motorcycle lawsuit prematurely. The goal of insurance companies is to make as much money as possible. They do this by trying to maximize the money they collect in premiums and minimize the money they pay out in claims.
The goal of an aggressive, knowledgeable motorcycle accident attorney is to maximize the amount of compensation you receive. This is opposite to the goal of the insurance company. Our legal team fights for you, while the insurance company’s legal team fights for them. That’s why insurance companies try to settle claims before the injured victim hires an attorney that will aggressively pursue the insurance company to pay what they owe.
Your motorcycle accident lawyer’s job is to use their experience and resources to prepare and present your case to obtain the monetary compensation you deserve for your injuries. To maximize your compensation, especially if you are seriously injured, it may be important to wait to settle your claim until your doctors are ready to provide a long-term medical prognosis.
We understand how insurance companies work and are familiar with their tactics. We use this knowledge for your benefit and to maximize your recovery. We can help you with your insurance claim and your motorcycle accident lawsuit.
Hire a Motorcycle Accident Attorney Right Away
If you’ve been in a motorcycle crash, it’s important to contact a motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible. The faster you hire a lawyer, the sooner they can start working on your case.
Preparing a motorcycle accident case involves investigating and analyzing information about your accident and your injuries. It may be important to take immediate action to preserve evidence important to your case before it is destroyed, altered or spoiled. Witnesses may need to be located and interviewed. Experts such as accident reconstructionists, may be hired to analyze the cause of the accident. Medical professionals and economists may be hired to determine the extent of your injuries.
By getting a motorcycle accident lawyer on board, you can focus on recovering from your physical injuries while your lawyer focuses on your legal recovery.
You May Be Entitled to Compensation for Your Injuries
Motorcycle accident statistics show that most multi-vehicle collisions involving motorbikes are not the biker’s fault. The primary cause of these accidents is that drivers of other vehicles fail to see the bike rider.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle crash, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses from another party or their insurance company. Even if you were partially at fault, you may still be entitled to compensation. Arizona follows the rule of “comparative negligence”. To illustrate this concept, if another driver is 90% at fault and you are 10% at fault, you can still recover 90% of your losses from the other driver’s insurance company.
For more information, read the motorcycle accident frequently asked questions.
You can also check out motorcycle accident resources.