Since 2001, our lawyers have fought for the rights of injured riders and their families. We get it. Most people don’t want to involve a lawyer when a motorcycle accident happens. Maybe the damage wasn’t that bad, and you feel fine. However, without any representation, there are no guarantees that you will receive a fair compensation for your injuries. Law Tigers attorneys* represent clients throughout the country on a contingency fee basis, which means they do not charge any upfront fees and only require payment if they recover compensation on your behalf.
Motorcycle Accident Attorneys
Law Tigers Attorneys* are ingrained in the fabric of the motorcycle community because they have a passion for riding and are always committed to being by your side. Riders trust our motorcycle lawyers* because we have motorcycle related experience and knowledge to help you obtain fair compensation for your pain and suffering.
Every motorcycle accident case is unique and we’re here to help you navigate the legal process with ease, so you can have peace of mind knowing we’ve got your back. Meet America’s most trusted team of motorcycle lawyers who are dedicated to helping you.
Why Should I Contact a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer?
It may be difficult for injured riders to recover compensation following a crash, especially if they are pursuing their claim without the assistance of an attorney. Because Personal Injury Insurance Protection (PIP) in some states is only required for vehicles with four or more wheels, motorcyclists are not permitted to carry PIP coverage.Even if the motorcyclist owns a car that is covered by PIP insurance, the coverage does not extend to accidents that occur on the motorcycle. If the motorcyclist is uninsured, they may struggle to pay for costly medical bills, especially if the injury prevents them from working.If you were injured in a crash, an attorney can explain your options for pursuing compensation for medical bills and other losses — which could be further compounded by circumstances such as medical malpractice. If you contact an attorney immediately after the accident, he or she can begin to collect information and evidence to support your claim for compensation. To help build your claim, your attorney may:
- Collect scene and police reports
- Gather witness statements
- Photograph the scene
- Investigate the other motorist’s driving history
- Reconstruct the accident scene
- Recreate the accident
- Review medical records
- Consult experts
- Contact insurance companies on your behalf
Why Morgan & Morgan?
At Morgan and Morgan, the motorcycle accident attorneys are familiar with laws governing motorcycles — which differ significantly from those pertaining to car accidents — and have extensive experience dealing with insurance companies. We have access to the top experts, including accident reconstructionists and medical experts. By working with these individuals, our attorneys have established a successful track record of results in recovering compensation for injured motorcyclists, including a $6.5 million motorcycle accident verdict.
Motorcycle Accident Injury Claims
If the motorcyclist was not at fault, they may be able to seek damages from the party negligent in causing the crash. While motorcyclists are not covered by PIP insurance, they are also not bound by its restrictions. Injured riders are not limited in the damages they may seek to compensate for their losses, including damages for pain and suffering. Motor vehicle accident claims involve PIP insurance—which requires the injured party to pass an “injury threshold” to be able to pursue compensation from the negligent party—and do not allow for the recovery of pain and suffering damages. Motorcyclists do not have to pass an injury threshold to seek compensation for damages, which may include medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Insurance NegotiationsAfter an accident, your attorney may contact the negligent party’s insurance company to negotiate a settlement for costs incurred as a result of the accident. He or she will leverage information collected to recover compensation for your expenses. If negotiations with insurance companies are unsuccessful or unsatisfactory, you may be able to pursue legal action against the negligent party with the help of your attorney.