Negligence and inattention of other drivers injure and kill hundreds of bikers every year.  It is no surprise that motorcyclist that are involved in an accident with other vehicles face an increased risk of serious injury or death compared to other motor vehicles.  Due to the difference in size between motorcycles verses cars and trucks, motorcycle accidents can result in serious head injury, broken bones, paralysis and other catastrophic injuries.  A motorcyclist can obey all the traffic laws and wear helmets and protective gear but this provides only slight protection when colliding with another automobile. Even doing their best to drive defensively, a motorcyclist may not be able to avoid a collision with a negligent, reckless or even a drunk driver.

If a driver’s negligence caused a motorcycle accident and the motorcyclist sustains injuries, then the negligent driver may be responsible or liable to the motorcyclist for compensation for their injury.  When a person is injured in a motorcycle accident, medical bills, insurance claims, and loss of income from time off work can become overwhelming.  Motorcycle accidents that cause personal injury can alter the lives of the injured victims, and affect the lives of the motorcyclist entire family.  That is why under Ohio personal injury law, the spouses or parents of an injured motorcyclist may have a claim as well, known as loss of consortium or loss of services.

Further, when an injured motorcyclist requires future medical care and attention, our experienced attorneys represent them to make sure that they are fully compensated for future medical expense, loss of quality of life, projected loss income, and the loss to the victim’s family. Our attorneys represent people who are injured in motorcycle accidents in Ohio to ensure that injured victims are reimbursed for their future medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and loss of consortium.

It is our job is to help you obtain the financial compensation that you need to recover, rebuild your life, and move past a tragic accident.

 

If your or a family member has been injured as a result of a motorcycle accident, contact us for a Free Consultation with one of our experienced motorcycle accident attorneys.  Call us anytime at 614-523-7575 or complete our fee consult form on this website.