Whether you just purchased a motorcycle or you have had one since you obtained a driver’s license, motorcyclists tend to enjoy putting miles on their bikes. Short or long trips, alone or in a group, when the weather is right, motorcyclists enjoy being out on the open roads. Motorcyclists, just like any motorists, are aware of the rules of the road. Unfortunately, some motorists fail to comply with them because they fail to take extra caution around these small vehicles or even be on the lookout for them.
Motorcycle accidents are among the deadliest of collisions. Unlike other automobiles, motorcycles are not equipped with a hard exterior shell. This means that a rider is likely to be thrown off in a crash, suffering injuries when they come in contact with the ground or any other object. At Murphy & Gardner, LLC, we are aware of the injuries and damages that can befall a motorcycle accident victim; therefore, we are prepared to help victims in the Bremen area navigate their rights.
When asserting a personal injury action for a motorcycle accident, the first thing our law firm does is obtain all available information about the incident. This means obtaining all police reports, investigation and medical documents. We then take the time to fill in any gaps by conducting our own investigation. This helps us develop a full and clear picture of the matter.
If we have questions about the cause of the crash, we seek out assistance from professionals and experts that can give us answers. We also speak with witnesses to the event, if any, to help prove cause and liability. Additionally, we have resources available to assess the amount of damages suffered by our clients. This can be valuable for seeking compensation, as it can be a monetary request with evidence to back it up.
To learn more, check out our law firm’s motorcycle accident website. Whether your or a loved were injured in a motorcycle crash, it is important to be clear on your rights and options, as this can provide you with the information needed to assert your rights and recover for the incident.