An accident on a motorcycle can cause serious injuries, especially if a car or other vehicle is also involved. Although most riders wear protective gear and a helmet in the case of an accident, the force of an impact with another vehicle can still cause permanent, disabling injuries. Unfortunately, in many cases, motorcycle accidents are the result of the negligent behavior of other motorists. If you were hit by a car or truck while riding your motorcycle, then our attorneys can assist you in filing an injury claim against the at-fault party.
Motorcyclists and cyclists have virtually no protection from collisions. The types of injuries caused by an accident can be life-altering or may result in unaffordable medical bills. Common motorcycle accident injuries may include:
There are multiple parties that may be responsible for causing a motorcycle accident. In some cases, more than one party can be liable for a single crash. Cases we take may involve claims against parties that include but are not limited to:
Your ability to file an accident lawsuit against one or more of the parties listed above would depend on the circumstances. For instance, you would need to prove their negligent conduct caused the accident and resulting injury or death. The criteria required to file a lawsuit may be confusing to understand, so it is important to speak with an attorney to discuss your eligibility.
If you are involved in a motorcycle accident, talking to a California motorcycle accident attorney right away is critical. You have a limited amount of time to take the necessary legal actions to protect your rights, and you run the risk of evidence getting lost if you delay. To maximize the amount of compensation you can potentially receive, talk to an attorney as soon as possible after your crash.
The attorneys at Wells Call Injury Lawyers are ready to help you.
We want to see you better and back on your motorcycle as soon as possible. Let our legal team assist you in identifying liability and recovering your damages from the responsible party. Our legal team works on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will not pay any legal fees unless we are successful with your case.
Contact Wells Injury Lawyers at (707) 243-8595 or use our online case review form to schedule a free initial consultation our legal team.