Helping Motorcycle Accident Victims Fight Back

Despite the fact that motorcycles have the same rights and privileges as any other vehicle on the road, many drivers still fail to give motorcycle riders the respect they deserve ― often cutting them off in traffic or failing to see them altogether. As a result, motorcyclists are at risk of injury every time they hit the road.

To make matters worse, motorcyclists typically have little protection when compared to passengers in other vehicles, meaning collisions involving motorcycles are some of the most severe accidents on the road ― often leading to serious injuries and, in some cases, death.

In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2014 alone, an alarming 4,856 people died in motorcycle crashes, with another 92,000 suffering injuries. During the same year, motorcyclists were also 27 times more likely than car passengers to die in a car crash, and nearly five times more likely to suffer an injury.

Injured In A Motorcycle Accident? Legal Help Is Available.

If a careless or negligent driver has injured you while you were riding your motorcycle, you may be entitled to compensation, including damages to cover your medical costs, lost wages and pain and suffering.

To learn more, contact the motorcycle injury attorneys at The Lucky Law Firm today. Our lawyers are here to help provide you with the experience and legal guidance you need to obtain the compensation you deserve for your damages and injuries.

While seeking emergency medical care is the first thing you need to do after an accident, calling an experienced attorney is also something you should do as soon as possible, especially since you may have a limited amount of time to bring your injury claim.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

For a FREE consultation, call The Lucky Law Firm at 225-963-5453 today. You can also reach us online. We help motorcycle accident victims throughout Louisiana and southern Mississippi, including those living in Baton Rouge and New Orleans.