Motorcycle Accidents 2017-03-24T08:52:16+00:00

Motorcycle Accidents

Atlanta Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Motorcycle accidents account for over 35 percent more deaths than any other type of vehicle accident. The reason for this high mortality rate is because motorcycle drivers have little in the way of a shield between their bodies, the pavement and other vehicles. The end result is often serious, even catastrophic, injuries to the motorcyclist. Despite this, motorcycles are ubiquitous on Georgia’s many scenic roads and highways. Unfortunately, motorcycle crashes are common as well. Our firm of professional motorcycle accident lawyers can help fight for the compensation you deserve after suffering from injuries due to a motorcycle wreck.

Many Types Of Motorcycle Accidents

There are a variety of causes of motorcycle accidents. Typically another driver will not see the motorcycle, and hits it when changing lanes or turning in an intersection. Slippery road conditions are especially hazardous to two-wheeled vehicles. A motorcycle can slip on ice, snow, water or oil, and skid into oncoming traffic or a power pole. Other reasons that a motorcycle may end up in an accident include: rear-end crashes with other vehicles, limited visibility on city streets or on the highway, road debris and malfunctioning of motorcycle parts.

Motorcycle wrecks can cause devastating and long-term injuries to riders, such as:

  • road rash
  • burns
  • broken bones
  • facial fractures and cuts
  • loss of limb
  • nerve and muscle damage to extremities
  • spinal cord injuries
  • traumatic brain injuries

Contact An Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

Especially because of the serious injury that can befall the rider, and the need for long-term medical care, it is important to have strong legal representation after a motorcycle accident by one of our firm’s knowledgeable motorcycle wreck lawyers. If you are the victim of a motorcycle wreck in the Atlanta area, contact us today to receive fair financial compensation for your injuries and suffering.