If you enjoy riding a motorcycle, there’s not much that will keep you off the road. Unfortunately, you know one thing to be true: not everybody likes sharing the road with motorcyclists. As you may have encountered in the past, some drivers don’t care if you’re involved in an accident or not.
To protect against serious injury, it’s a good idea to wear as much protective gear as possible. This includes but is not limited to a helmet, leather pants, and the appropriate footwear.
If you’re involved in a motorcycle accident, regardless of the reason, your health should take priority over everything else. You’ll have time in the future to worry about what happened. For now, make sure you get an ambulance on the scene as soon as possible.
The primary challenge associated with a motorcycle accident, not including potential injuries, is proving that a third party was at fault. Fortunately, there are ways of doing so, such as by collecting witness information.
Note: There are times when poor road conditions, such as unmarked turns, can cause an accident. In this case, a local government or transportation authority could be held responsible.
Our attorneys understand the challenges associated with a motorcycle accident. Over the years, we have helped many people receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and other losses.
Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your motorcycle accident, we’re here to help. We can call on medical experts, accident reconstructionists, and many others, all of whom can step in and help prove that you were not at fault and should receive compensation from the negligent party.