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Motorcycle wrecks usually cause severe injuries or death because a motorcycle provides less protection to its driver than does a vehicle. We have found that juries tend to have a bias against motorcycle drivers because many people believe bikers assume the risk of severe injury just by virtue of the fact that they chose to ride a motorcycle.

How We Handle Motorcycle Accident Injury Cases

Our firm spends much of its time on motorcycle accident cases trying to develop the evidence that the motorcycle rider wasn’t at fault just because they hopped on a motorcycle. If you were in a wreck while operating a motorcycle—be ready for the insurance company to be difficult.

Almost always, the insurance company will try to claim the motorcycle driver was partially at fault. Alabama has the contributory negligence doctrine, so if a judge or jury believes you were partially at fault, you could lose your case. That’s why it’s so important to find a personal injury attorney who has handled numerous motorcycle accident cases.

If you or a loved one has been injured while riding a motorcycle, please reach out for a free case evaluation.