From road rash to life-changing conditions such as paralysis, motorcycle riders face a range of potential injuries when they get into an accident with a car or truck. Establishing liability in these cases and collecting appropriate damages can make a significant positive impact on the lives of injured bikers as they go through the healing process while trying to maintain their financial stability. Located in Mooresville, Levine Law Group advocates on behalf of motorcycle riders in accident claims against at-fault drivers so victims have the ability to pay for medical bills and replace the income lost while out of work.
While North Carolina has a universal helmet law and South Carolina requires head protection for riders under the age of 21, any collision between a motorcycle and a larger vehicle can trigger serious injuries. Even before you fully grasp the impact of what has occurred, you might be facing pressure from a defendant’s lawyer or insurance company to surrender your legal rights by accepting a quick settlement. That’s why it’s essential to seek the advice of a qualified attorney, who can explain what you might recover in a verdict or settlement. Specific types of damages available to injured bikers include:
There’s no risk in scheduling a discussion with one of our proven motorcycle accident lawyers. We work on a contingency basis, meaning we won’t collect legal fees until you’ve secured payment through a settlement or judgment.
Car and truck drivers might not see a motorcycle on the road, especially if the motorist is distracted, drowsy or impaired by alcohol. They might also be confused about the laws regarding lane splitting, passing and bikes sharing a single traffic lane. This could prompt a left-turn collision, a rear-end accident or an incident where a motorcycle strikes a suddenly opened car door. Whatever led to the crash, our firm reviews the relevant circumstances in detail to construct a formidable case for the courtroom or negotiation table.
Levine Law Group in Mooresville represents victims of North and South Carolina motorcycle accidents to help them secure fair compensation. To schedule a free consultation, please call 704-360-8550 or contact us online.