Motorcycle accidents often happen when other drivers fail to see them. However, reckless motorcycle riders who speed or lane split may also cause accidents. If you were hurt in a collision caused by a negligent motorcyclist, our team wants to hear from you.
A Montgomery negligent motorcycle rider accident attorney from the Morris Bart law firm can consult with you for free. We can discuss your case and determine if you have grounds for a lawsuit. You may be entitled to compensation to aid your recovery.
Seek Damages After a Negligent Motorcycle Rider Accident
When traffic accidents occur, motorcycle riders are at great risk for bodily harm. Unfortunately, people underestimate the injuries sustained by other vehicle occupants. Traffic accidents can harm anyone involved.
If you were injured or suffered monetary losses after a motorcycle crash, we can help you seek damages. You may be able to secure a payout by filing a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurer. Another option is to sue the motorcycle rider who caused your accident. A civil suit may be necessary if the insurance claim is denied or will not sufficiently cover your expenses.
Our negligent motorcycle rider accident attorneys in Montgomery can help you claim damages, such as:
- Medical care related to the crash
- Ambulance transportation
- Physical therapy
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
For a free legal consultation with a Negligent Motorcycle Rider Accident lawyer serving Montgomery, call (334) 523-0664
How Much Is Your Motorcycle Accident Case Worth?
The average car crash settlement is about $19,000. Your case may be worth substantially more depending on the injuries you suffered. Our team can calculate your losses to estimate the value of your case.
Our law firm has over 40 years of experience helping injured accident victims recover their financial stability. Our real case results include:
- $852,845 for neck, back, and facial fractures
- $650,000 for multiple broken bones and punctured lungs
- $580,000 for a neck injury and cervical disc replacement surgery
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Can You Sue After a Negligent Motorcycle Rider?
You may be able to sue the motorcycle rider who caused your injuries. Like all motorists in Alabama, motorcycle riders have a responsibility to obey traffic laws. Violating the rules of the road can be considered a breach of their duty of care.
Negligent acts that may cause a motorcycle accident include:
- Operating a motorcycle without a license
- Lane splitting
- Changing lanes without signaling
- Aggressive driving
- Distracted driving
- Impaired driving
- Stunts or tricks
If the motorcycle rider who caused your accident was issued a citation for a moving violation, that may help your case. However, a personal injury lawsuit is a civil matter. You may be able to sue the at-fault driver regardless of the legal repercussions they face as a result of their actions.
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How Long do You Have to File Your Motorcycle Accident Case?
Morris Bart Montgomery negligent motorcycle rider accident attorneys can help you with your case as soon as you enlist our services. While you may want to reach maximum recovery before starting your case to know the full extent of your damages, don’t wait too long.
Alabama traffic collisions have a two-year statute of limitations. You must file your lawsuit before this deadline passes or you will lose your opportunity to seek damages. Two years may sound like a long time but we need to investigate your case, collect evidence, and negotiate a settlement. Insurance companies use settlement tactics that may cause delays.
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Call a Montgomery Negligent Motorcycle Rider Accident Attorney
Motorcycle riders who recklessly endanger other motorists can cause catastrophic accidents. You don’t have to suffer the consequences of a dangerous driver on your own. A negligent motorcycle rider accident lawyer in Montgomery from Morris Bart & Associates, LLC can help you hold the at-fault driver accountable.
Call our law office today to hear more about your legal options. We’re available to take your call 24/7 and we may be able to come to you if you are too injured to travel. The initial consultation is free and the legal advice is invaluable.
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