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Birmingham Motorcycle Accidents Lawyer

Motorcycle accidents involve unique elements that other vehicle collision cases do not. Injuries are often more severe and complex, such as serious head and brain injuries. Questions of helmet use, assumption of risk, and motorcyclist behavior may all come up during litigation for a motorcycle incident. To maximize your chances of receiving compensation for your injuries, retain skilled and experienced lawyers like those at Powers Injury Law, of Birmingham.

What Causes Motorcycle Crashes?

At the heart of every motorcycle collision is someone’s negligence. These incidents stem from preventable acts of negligence, recklessness, or a careless disregard for the safety of others. In these cases, injured victims have the right to pursue ample compensation through a personal injury claim with the civil courts. Motorcycle crashes in Alabama have many negligence-based causes liable for damage recovery, including:

  • Distracted or inattentive driving
  • Drivers failing to yield right of way
  • Drivers turning left into an oncoming motorcyclist
  • Speeding
  • Road hazards
  • Motorcycle lane splitting
  • Drug and alcohol use

Alabama requires anyone operating or riding on a motorcycle to wear a helmet specifically designed for this activity. Failure to wear a helmet may result in the defense trying to ascribe blame to you for your injuries. Retaining an attorney can help you navigate helmet laws and other relevant statutes in a complex motorcycle case.

When to Speak to an Attorney About a Motorcycle Crash

Car insurance is in place to protect victims of collisions, compensating them for their damages and hardships. Yet insurance companies do not work for injured victims – they work for themselves. It is an insurance claims adjuster’s job to secure a settlement agreement for as little as possible, not to maximize recovery for crash victims. This is why it’s important to speak to an attorney after any motorcycle incident resulting in serious injury. Your attorney fights for you, not for profits.

It is very important to invest in the help of skilled and aggressive lawyers for motorcycle crash cases. Alabama’s contributory negligence laws make it impossible to recover compensation if the courts find you at all at fault for the incident. It is critical to retain an attorney with the power to demonstrate the cause of the crash and the extent of your injuries to an insurance claims adjuster, judge, and/or jury. Powers Injury Law is this attorney in Birmingham.

Powers Injury Law: Your Source for Aggressive Representation

At Powers Injury Law, we’ve represented many motorcycle wreck victims who deserved more compensation than insurance companies were willing to offer. Our seasoned trial lawyers are ready and willing to go to bat for you in a courtroom if necessary. We offer aggressive, compassionate, and effective legal representation when you need it most.

After a harmful motorcycle crash, enlist our help for counsel moving forward. You need a team of capable attorneys to help you determine the defendant, file the correct paperwork, and move the claims process along as quickly as possible.

It is worthwhile to use our free consultations after any motorcycle collision in Alabama. You have nothing to lose, and the potentially a lot to gain if your case has merit. A personal injury claim can result in full compensation for your incident-related damages, including your past and future medical bills, rehabilitative costs, lost wages, lost capacity to earn, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and property damage.

If you are permanently disabled from a catastrophic motorcycle wreck, we want to help you secure just recovery for your lifelong medical expenses and lost quality of life. All of this is possible with the right team of attorneys by your side. Birmingham wrongful death attorneys are also here to help if your loved one was killed in a motorcycle accident caused by someone else’s negligence. To schedule your consultation with Powers Injury Law, call (205) 582-2723 or contact us online.

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