Respect And Guidance For Motorcycle Riders
Motorcycle riders are often not given the respect on the road that they deserve. When accidents happen, drivers usually say they did not see the motorcycle or that it came out of nowhere. If those people paid more attention, less motorcycle riders would get hurt.
Part of what makes it so important that drivers respect motorcycle riders is the fact that many accidents result in catastrophic injuries. Riders lack the protection car and truck drivers enjoy such as seat belts, airbags and the outside of the vehicle that can absorb the force of a blow for them. Motorcyclists must bear the full force of all impacts including with other vehicles, trees, telephone poles and the road itself.
Riders face a wide range of very serious possible injuries, including:
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Spinal cord injuries (paraplegia, quadriplegia partial paralysis)
- Bone fractures
- Road rash
Was A Defective Part Responsible For Your Accident?
Not all motorcycle accidents are caused by other motorists. What may have seemed like an accident with no apparent cause could have resulted from a defective part on your motorcycle. We can examine all possible avenues for you to secure the compensation you deserve.
Choose Guidance From A Lawyer With Decades In The Field
At Morris & Dean, we are dedicated to helping injured motorcycle riders by building highly effective cases that clearly show who was at fault and the impact the accident had on your life.
Attorney Jeffrey J. Dean has been building a strong record of delivering the real results people need after they have been injured in an accident. The quality of representation he provides is known in the legal community and has resulted in him earning an AV Preeminent* rating from Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system, the highest available rating and an 9.3 “Excellent” rating from Avvo.
We only collect attorney’s fees for personal injury cases if we secure compensation for you.
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