Motorcycle accidents are becoming more frequent as our highways become busier. An average of 60,000 motorcycle accidents occur annually throughout the country, a frightening statistic. A motorcycle driver or passenger may be seriously injured in an accident even at moderate or slow speeds. If you have been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident through the negligent or deliberate act of another, it is important that you have the guidance of a competent Riverside personal injury lawyer to help you file your claim for damages. Injuries in these accidents can be devastating for the victims and in many cases life-changing. Our legal team is well versed in the complexities of motorcycle accident cases, and is prepared to fight aggressively for clients injured in such cases.
Accidents caused by careless, reckless, or deliberately dangerous acts give rise to personal injury law suits and necessitate an experienced personal injury lawyer be on your side. At The Law Offices of Gerald L. Marcus, the legal team is experienced and skilled in personal injury causes of action. Founding attorney Gerald Marcus has long experience in motorcycle accident investigation and cares for his clients' wellbeing. He understands the science behind accidents and is experienced in the fact-finding and documentation needed to effectively prosecute his clients' claims for damages.
Motorcycle accidents are eighteen times more likely to be fatal or result in catastrophic injury. With head injuries the leading cause of fatalities, it is important for both driver and passengers to wear helmets. Depending upon the degree of the injuries, there may be many types of claims for damages which can be made on behalf of motorcycle accident victims. If you have been badly injured through the negligent or reckless driving of another, whether you wore a helmet or not, contact our offices for a consultation. The legal team is tireless in seeking full compensation due injured clients.
Contact a Riverside motorcycle accident attorney if you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident as the result of negligence.