Motorcycle Accident Injury Lawyers
Have you been in a motorcycle accident?
If so, maximize your compensation through professional legal representation. Call our experienced motorcycle accident lawyer, John Michael Morrow by calling (337) 942-6529 in Opelousas, LA for a free consultation. John Michael can help you get the compensation you deserve for a motorcycle accident.
Have you been in a motorcycle accident? If so, maximize your compensation by calling our motorcycle accident lawyer, John Michael Morrow at (337) 942-6529 today!
Approximately three-quarters of all motorcycle accidents involve collisions or near-collisions with another car or truck on the road. Much smaller in size and weight than other motor vehicles, motorcycles are often overlooked or unnoticed by other drivers on city streets and state highways. The result can be a collision of catastrophic nature, resulting in a lifetime of medical bills and emotional suffering.
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The discrepancy in size and weight between motorcycles and other automobiles often puts motorcyclists at a much higher risk of injury or fatality. Given the fact that many of these accidents are the result of a defective vehicle part and/or a negligent automobilist, legal action should be taken on behalf of the injured rider.
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What are the most common types of motorcycle accidents?
Motorcycle riders know all too well that cars often drive recklessly or negligently around them. Though motorcycles may be smaller, they still have equal rights on the road and should be given the proper following distance and attention that other cars receive. Unfortunately, many drivers do not give full attention to the road, resulting in irresponsible driving that can often lead to accidents.
The most common types of motorcycle accidents include the following:
- Blind spot collision
- Left-turn accidents
- Motorcycle defect accidents
- Rear-end collision
- DUI accidents
- Most motorcycle crashes involve other vehicles and, as statistics prove:
- 78% of motorcycle accidents are head-on collisions
- 42% of motorcycle accidents with other cars occur when the car is turning left
- 5% of motorcycle accidents are rear-end crashes
- Obstructions on the roads or poorly designed highways are also common reasons for motorcycle accidents. Determining who is at fault for your accident can be challenging. You may need an attorney on your side to help you with the investigation process. Let our Opelousas motorcycle accident attorney help you hold the responsible party accountable for their actions through a personal injury claim.
Morrow, Gates and Morrow has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients – many of them being motorcycle accident victims. For this reason, you can trust that your case is in the right hands when you turn to our firm for help with your claim. Not only will we review your case at no cost to you, but you won’t be expected to pay us a cent unless we are able to recover compensation for you!
The most notable motorcycle accident case that we handled includes:
$620,0000.00 settlement – victim was injured when a left turning motorist struck his stopped motorcycle.
When it comes to travel, there is nothing quite like the exhilaration of cruising on the open road with a motorcycle. What motorcycles lack in safety, they make up in fuel efficiency, agility, and maneuverability. But unfortunately motorcycles can still be dangerous, especially in the company of other drivers who fail to keep an eye out for motorcyclists.
According to the latest data from the NHTSA, motorcyclists are about 27 times as likely as passenger car occupants to die in a motor vehicle accident, and about 6 times as likely to be injured.
Common motorcycle accident injuries include:
- Road Rash
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Broken Bones
- Amputation Injuries
- Internal Injuries
What to Do After a Motorcycle Accident
At Morrow, Gates & Morrow we have the resources, skills, and experience investigate your accident, as well as prepare and file a comprehensive claim for compensation. We understand the tactics that insurance companies use in order to reduce the amount of compensation they will pay, and we are fully prepared to fight for your right to fair and full compensation in a settlement or at trial. With so much at stake, you need to work with a firm that is committed to protecting your right to full recovery.
John Michael Morrow handles all types of motorcycle accident claims and is available to provide counsel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. He also works closely with clients, making hospital and home visits when needed. If you have been injured in any type of motorcycle accident, you may need to take legal action. With millions of dollars recovered for our clients in the past, our personal injury attorney in Opelousas can provide the experienced legal counsel that you deserve. Get started today!
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Our Personal Injury Attorneys
Contact us right away by phone (337) 942-6529 after any personal injury. Morrow, Gates & Morrow, LLC. can review your case and help you get compensated and hold the other party responsible.
If you have been in an accident, do not hesitate to get help.
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