Motorcycle Injuries

About four hundred motorcyclists are killed and ten thousand are injured in California each year. Half of the fatalities are from crashes with another vehicle. Most of these fatal motorcycle accidents versus auto accidents are head-on collisions, where the other vehicle, not the motorcycle, runs a traffic signal or turns left in front of the bike. In 2009, in Palmdale and Lancaster combined there were 25 motorcyclists injured in motor vehicle accidents and 2 riders were killed. These sobering statistics do not include the thousands of motorcyclists injured annually by negligent drivers.

Can I Trust the Insurance Company?

Motorists often deny liability after an accident with a motorcycle – and an insurance company will evaluate your claim based upon their client’s statement. Our motorcycle attorneys meticulously review the circumstances of your accident to determine fault. Several members of our Palmdale team are seasoned motorcycle riders who understand the dangers posed by negligent drivers.

Insurance companies do not have your best interest in mind. They don’t benefit when you are paid a full settlement. Their job is to prove your injuries are not as severe and devalue your claim.

We have extensive experience safeguarding the interests of our clients injured in motorcycle accidents. If you sustained an injury, you have the right to hold the negligent party responsible for your injuries including medical expenses, loss of wages, and pain and suffering.

Will a Palmdale Motorcycle Attorney Help?

By choosing our Palmdale personal injury team to represent you after a motorcycle injury, you will have dedicated personal injury attorneys on your side. We will thoroughly investigate the accident scene and delve into any other evidence that played a role in your accident.

We are committed to improving the quality of your life. We will safeguard and uphold your rights, and aggressively go after an insurance company or anyone else who has caused you injury or loss.

Contact us today for a free no-obligation consultation at 1-800-881-2021.