Experienced Help With Motorcycle Accident Recoveries
Motorcycle accidents are often the result of negligent driving on the part of car or truck drivers who fail to see a motorcycle when changing lanes or accelerating through an intersection. As a result, it’s not uncommon for drivers to try and shift blame onto a motorcycle rider in an accident case.
At the law office of Bonifield & Rosenstengel, our personal injury lawyers work with accident investigators in measuring skid marks, analyzing damage to the vehicles involved, and collecting eyewitness testimony in recreating what happened in a motorcycle accident. We have the resources needed to challenge claims on the part of insurers who have a financial incentive to try and shift blame onto our client.
If you’ve been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, contact us to schedule a free consultation and discuss your case.
Serious Injuries as a Result of Motorcycle Accidents
The law office of Bonifield & Rosenstengel represents motorcycle riders suffering from the following kinds of injuries due to the negligent actions of car or truck drivers:
- Brain damage
- Head trauma
- Spinal cord injury
- Road burn
Motorcycles and Visibility
In the past, motorcycles used to be the only vehicle on the road with a day lamp. Now, more and more cars drive with their lights on. Additionally, drivers don’t always look over their shoulder or signal when changing lanes.
At intersections, some drivers slow down, quickly look left and right only once, and roll through a stop sign or right on red. All of these factors work against motorcycle riders.
That is why our office takes the time needed to investigate motorcycle accidents. Knowing that insurance companies have their own team of investigators dedicated to finding evidence they believe is in their favor, we’re prepared to conduct our own investigation to set the record straight.
Contact a Motorcycle Accident Attorney at Bonifield & Rosenstengel Today
We can evaluate your case and discuss the options available to you. Whatever you do, don’t provide a recorded or written statement to an insurer until you’ve had a chance to talk to an attorney.