Biker Injury Claims in the South and East Coast
If you need advice about your legal options following a motorcycle accident in Georgia, Florida or Pennsylvania, contact the Hall & Lampros, LLP for a free consultation. Our familiarity with the special demands of personal injury litigation involving serious, catastrophic or fatal injury claims represents a powerful advantage for our firm’s clients.
Hall & Lampros is known throughout the South and around the United States for our ability to help clients realize the maximum benefit of their rights in cases involving complex issues as to liability and damages. In motorcycle accident cases, both aspects of the case can be complicated.
In proving liability, we use our experience and advanced understanding of insurance settlement tactics to overcome defense claims that the biker was wholly or principally responsible for the accident. While evidence of a motorcyclist’s fault can reduce the value of the injured biker’s claim, it will not defeat the claim unless the biker was more at fault than the other driver.
Because motorcyclists struck by heavier vehicles tend to take the worst of the impact, the injuries suffered by bikers tend to be very serious. Our attorneys know how to develop and present detailed evidence on the damages issues presented by motorcycle accident cases, including evidence of future treatment and rehabilitation needs related to head injuries, multiple fractures, extensive soft tissue trauma or other permanent or disabling conditions.
Careful Attention to Damages Issues in Serious Injury Cases
The injuries in motorcycle crashes are also often aggravated by the other driver’s failure to see the bike at all. In the absence of the last-second accident avoidance efforts that characterize many car accidents, the biker will take the full impact of the collision without any attempt by the other driver to reduce speed or avoid direct impact. Hall & Lampros’ experience with presenting the ways causal factors relate to specific injuries can make a significant difference to the outcome of the case.
For a free case evaluation, please call us at 404.876.8100.
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