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Holding a negligent driver accountable for a motorcycle crash

On Behalf of | Jul 25, 2018 | Motorcycle Accidents |

Whether it is for a joy ride or for a main source of transportation, residents in Washington State and other states across the nation ride motorcycles. These small vehicles are not only an enjoyable and efficient way to get around, but also they are vehicles that are pone to some of most serious collisions. Thus, it is important that victims and their loved ones understand what they can do to overcome the losses and damages arising from such a tragic incident.

While motorcycles are fun to ride, the unfortunate reality is that these small vehicles can easily go unnoticed. Although campaigns in Seattle and other cities alert drivers to double and even triple check for motorcyclists, drivers still fail to use caution when traveling near motorcyclists. This causes collisions with them when drivers are changing lanes or making turns.

At the Law offices of Matthew D. Dubin, our experienced legal team understands how serious and devastating a motorcycle accident can be. Because a motorcycle does not offer the same protection as an automobile does. This makes it more likely for a motorcyclist to be thrown from his or her bike, suffering injuries when their body comes into contact with the ground or other surfaces and objects. The injuries that can follow a motorcycle crash can be serious, disabling and even fatal. Thus, our law firm is prepared to help victims assert their rights by holding a negligent party accountable through a personal injury action.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s motorcycle accident website. A motorcycle crash victim could suffer tremendously, as this is one the worst type of accidents seen on the roadways. Thus, it is important for victims to take the time to understand what caused the crash and if another party is to blame. This could help with the recover of compensation used to cover medical bills, pain and suffering, rehabilitation, lost wages and other related damages.