Greensboro Motorcycle Accident Attorney
What to Do After a Motorcycle Accident in Greensboro, NC
Although riding a motorcycle is a fun and economical mode of transportation, it can also be extremely dangerous due to the carelessness of other drivers. Statistics show that motorcycle driving is much more dangerous than being in a car. According to the NHTSA (National Highway Safety Transportation Administration), motorcyclists were about 35 times more likely than a passenger car occupants to lose their life in a vehicle accident. Failure to keep a proper lookout is negligence in North Carolina.
It is obvious that if you are in a motorcycle accident, you can sustain serious injuries. Greensboro personal injury lawyer James Roane knows what it is like to be injured in an accident, having suffered from one himself. He is well aware of the consequences and how difficult it is to get an insurance company to compensate you for your losses. But fortunately for you, Attorney Roane has the experience and knowledge to represent you and do his best to aggressively pursue a settlement on your behalf. Contact our firm today to schedule your free case evaluation!
Motorcycle accidents can occur due to the negligence of other drivers caused by:
- Disregarding traffic laws
- Cell phone use
Unfortunately, if you or a loved one has been involved in such an accident, you likely will sustain severe injuries such as spinal cord injuries and brain injuries, fractures, comas, even wrongful death. Some do not survive such an accident, or are hospitalized for a lengthy period of time.
Building a Motorcycle Accident Case
With Attorney Roane on your side, we will move quickly to fully investigate your case so as not to lose vital information such as vehicle inspections and witness statements. When dealing with a personal injury, experience and reputation matters. This is especially important in motorcycle wreck cases, as there is somewhat of a bias with insurance companies. Some insurance companies will delay settlement or offer low settlements for motorcycle wrecks, because they believe that jurors will be biased against the driver. Therefore, many of these motorcycle accidents require some litigation before a fair settlement can occur.