Riding a motorcycle is freedom personified. It’s always fun, exciting, a way to truly let yourself go for a time. However, during the pandemic, it can be even more important. While we’re all doing our part to stay home, to be “safer at home,” to slow or even stop the spread of the virus, we also have to get out of our homes occasionally. It’s safe to go out by yourself, as long as you maintain social distancing. Riding LA on a motorcycle when there’s less traffic can be an amazing experience. Should something happen, we have a motorcycle attorney in Los Angeles for you. We offer free consultations with our motorcycle accident lawyers.
When people hear there was a “motorcycle accident,” they tend to think the motorcyclist was at fault. Before they know the facts, before they know anything about the case, if they’re just hearing about one on the news or from a friend or something, most folks just assume that the motorcyclist was who caused the accident. Maybe they went too fast, or cut a corner too sharply, or something to that effect - that’s the unconscious thought. The truth is, however, much more complicated.
In fact, we can tell you that a majority of the time, the motorcyclist was not the person at fault. More than fifty percent of the time, if a motorcyclist gets into an accident, it was the fault of the person not on the motorcycle. It’s usually the fault of someone driving a car, or a truck, bus, or anything else. That’s usually who is at fault.
So, if you’re a motorcyclist who got into an accident, we’ve got your back. We’ve been through so many cases like this and we know what works best. Every accident is different, and no two accident cases are the same. However, we can put all of our experience to work for you and your case. That way, you can get the compensation that you deserve for all that you’ve been through.
Above, you’ll note that we said “a majority of accidents involving a motorcyclist aren’t the fault of the motorcyclist.” That said, it does happen quite often. You could be driving your car, truck, or anything else when someone in a motorcycle crashes into you. While motorcycles aren’t the biggest vehicles on the road, they can still do significant damage to your vehicle or your person. If someone hits you with their motorcycle, we can help with that, too.
We can help you through every step of the process. The truth is that no matter what kind of accident you’re in, whether it’s one that involves a car, motorcycle, bus, truck or anything else, the sooner you reach out to attorneys for legal representation the better.
The reason for that is simple: the other side isn’t hesitating. They aren’t weighing the pros and cons, biding their time until they feel that it’s right. No, they’re doing their investigation, they’re checking everything out, and they’re already putting together what they believe they’ll have to do to make sure that you get less money than you deserve. The sooner you hire us, the sooner we can get to work, getting you what you need.
As you probably know, we take cases on a contingency basis. That means that you don’t have to pay us anything, our eventual fees come out of what you get in your settlement. On top of that, we can do the same for your medical fees as well.
That way, you don't have to worry about how you’re going to afford all of your medical bills. Whether you were on your motorcycle or hit by one, we can work with medical providers to ensure that everything is perfectly taken care of. .That way, you can focus on your recovery isn’t of trying to figure out how you’re going to pay for everything. We offer free consultations, too. That way, you can just come in, tell your story, and we’ll see exactly how we can help. You can set it up with us at (818) 240-1800.