Causes Of Motorcycle Accidents
The Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Drivers often complain about having to share the road with motorcyclists. As a licensed motorcyclist, you have the same rights as every other driver. When a negligent driver causes you injuries, there is no excuse that can undo the harms caused to you and your family.
At the Law Office of Paul Englander, PLC, a personal injury law firm in Phoenix, Arizona, we have experience dealing with all types of causes of motorcycle accidents. Paul Englander has the experience and resources to determine liability to help you present a claim for compensation for your injuries, lost wages, medical bills and any other financial losses.
The Aggressive Advocacy You Need to Hold Negligent Drivers Accountable
No matter the cause of your accident, it has the potential to cause serious, catastrophic injuries. Reach out to us today if you are suffering from injuries related to a motorcycle accident caused by:
- A driver following you too closely
- A driver failing to see you, whether at night or because they were not paying attention
- Turning into your right of way
- Distracted driving or drunk driving
- Unsafe lane change
A driver saying that they could not see you does not respect your rights as a motorcyclist.
That is why it is important to have an attorney on your side with Paul Englander’s level of experience, he is a Certified Specialist in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death, by the State Bar of Arizona. Our firm works with experts and accident reconstruction specialists to determine the cause of your accident and liability.
Schedule a Free Consultation With Us Today
In the immediate aftermath of an accident, it is important that you reach out to an attorney as soon as possible. Securing evidence and locating witnesses are essential components of many personal injury claims. Give us a call today, and we will be ready to help you.
Our Phoenix-based law firm serves clients throughout the region. Call us today at 602-266-7986 to schedule your free and confidential consultation. Home and hospital visits are available, as well as weekend and evening appointments.