A motorcycle accident can be devastating to families. As with automobile accidents, any number of factors can lead to a motorcycle accident. Unfortunately, the leading cause is the failure of motorists to see and recognize motorcycles in traffic. The statistics are alarming and the consequences are life changing.
Do not let someone else's negligence ruin your life.
Reports state that roughly one-third of all multiple vehicle accidents where a motorcycle is involved occur because a motorist turned into the path of the motorcycle. Other common causes are motorcycle riders who do not know the limitations of the motorcycle and who are inexperienced.
Rarely is anyone prepared for the impact of an unexpected accident, let alone a motorcycle accident. Because motorcycles do not offer the physical protection that cars do, motorcyclists are much more susceptible to serious injuries and tragically, too often the loss of life. If you have been injured or know of a loved one that has been killed in a motorcycle accident, you need someone to look out for your best interest. You need a lawyer who has experience and understanding of the legal aspects of motorcycle accident and will stand up for your rights.
If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, you have to deal with the insurance company to have your bills paid and settle your claim. You need a motorcycle accident attorney who is highly competent, reputable and powerful enough to fight for you against the insurance company since insurers are eager to attempt to settle your claim quickly and make sure that you get as little as possible. That is where the attorneys at Michael J. O'Connor & Associates can help. We know how to deal with the insurance company to get you the compensation you deserve. Insurance companies have attorneys fighting for them - you need to have the same benefit every step of the way!
The team at Michael J. O'Connor & Associates is ready to begin tackling your legal problem today. Email or call our toll free number at 1 (800) 518-4LAW for a free initial consultation and review of your case.