North Carolina Motorcycle Accident Injury Lawyer

Motorcycle Accident Injury claims

Statistics from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) show that there are more than 5,000 fatal motorcycle accidents and almost 100,000 injuries from motorcycle accidents each year. These shocking statistics represent painful injuries and the loss of loved ones very often through no fault of motorcycle riders. At the Lanier Law Group, P.A., we have decades of experience in handling cases involving severe, catastrophic and fatal injuries and helping our clients through a very difficult time. Our first concern is to ensure that you receive the best of medical care. During this time, you need to know that our skilled legal team can provide the high quality legal representation it takes to gain a successful outcome in your claim for damages. There are a number of ways an experienced North Carolina motorcycle accident Lawyer at our firm can assist an injured client to rebuild and recover compensation for medical expenses and other damages resulting from an accident.

A motorcyclist has to be alert to dangers on the road that simply are not a problem for a driver of a vehicle. In addition to reckless or distracted drivers who may not notice a motorcycle is sharing the road with them, slick roads, potholes and manholes are hazards that a rider must be careful to avoid. Motorcycle riders are always advised to wear full protective gear, including a good helmet even on a short trip as this, skill in accident avoidance and their fast reactions are the only protection they have from potentially devastating injury.

Motorcycle Accident Injury Attorney in North Carolina

We have the resources to fully investigate your accident to indentify the cause of your accident and the parties who should be held accountable for your injuries. Our firm represents clients with all manner of injuries including:

  • Torn ligament
  • Broken bones – arms, legs, rib fractures
  • Amputations – fingers, arms or legs
  • Internal injuries
  • Neck and back injuries – disc injuries, fractures or pinched nerves
  • Spinal cord injuries – may result in some degree of paralysis
  • Head injuries and facial injuries – may include disfiguring injuries
  • Traumatic brain injury – can cause temporary or permanent mental or physical disability

After an accident has occurred, there are a number of urgent details that must be addressed. The exchange of identification and insurance information is always vital but is not always possible due to the degree of the injuries sustained. Immediate medical attention is extremely important, even if you don't feel injured at the moment, as symptoms of soft tissue injuries may show up days later. The police should be notified and an accident report should be done. Your insurance company must be notified of any damage to the motorcycle and injury to you. The other party's insurance company will also want to interview you, and you need to ensure that you do not speak with them directly. This is best handled by an experienced attorney who is familiar with the various strategies used by insurance companies to reduce settlement amounts.

An accident that results in serious injury completely can change your life. Being unable to work while your injuries heal and accumulating medical bills could leave your finances in ruin. Your ability to gain the full compensation you deserve to a large degree depends upon choosing a skilled attorney who will work tirelessly to ensure you will have a stable future. Discuss your case with an experienced motorcycle lawyer at our firm and let our expertise work for you.