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You Deserve Full Compensation For Your Motorcycle Accident Injuries
Motorcycle riders in New Jersey do what they can to prevent getting hit by negligent car or truck drivers. But there are situations where even the most seasoned riders cannot avoid a motorcycle accident. When those happen, the rider is almost always the party with the most serious and painful injuries.
If you have been in a motorcycle wreck, you may be entitled to significant compensation for your injuries. At Lawson Law, P.C., we have represented motorcycle accident victims in Georgia for more than a decade. We are the personal injury firm of choice for those seeking maximum damages. Contact us for a free consultation to learn about our personal injury practice and what we can do to help you.
What Makes Motorcycle Wrecks So Dangerous?
Motorcyclists are vulnerable to severe personal injury at the hands of drunk drivers, distracted drivers and other reckless motorists. Unfortunately, because motorcycles do not have air bags, seat belts or other safety equipment, common motorcycle crash injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Neck and back injuries
- Spinal injuries
- Crushed or amputated limbs
- Road rash
Your injuries may require multiple surgeries and other intensive, expensive medical care. While you recover, you could be unable to go back to work for months, if not years. In the worst cases, the victim is permanently disabled or killed. Because motorcycle accidents can have such long-term effects, victims often receive large financial settlements or trial verdicts.
Standing Apart In Client-Focused Results
After your first meeting with us, our lawyers will get to work reconstructing your accident and identifying the responsible parties. We will aggressively pursue a fair settlement with the insurance company. Though most of our claims settle out of court, we take cases to trial when that is the best option for our client. Every piece of advice we give you is carefully considered and grounded in our knowledge of personal injury litigation.