Protecting The Rights Of Injured Motorcyclists

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Nothing can equal the feeling of taking a bike out on the open road. While riding a motorcycle is invigorating, the fact is that careless or negligent drivers can cause devastating accidents. Even when motorcyclists wear helmets and take all reasonable precautions, in any collision between a motorcycle and a car, the motorcyclist is likely to sustain serious injuries.

If you or someone you love has been in a motorcycle accident, you or your loved one may face significant medical costs, lost income and other expenses. The best way to protect yourself financially is by working closely with an experienced personal injury lawyer. For years, people across North Carolina have relied on Stacy Miller of Miller Law Firm, PLLC. Our Raleigh attorney has successfully represented people injured in motorcycle accidents and other types of motor vehicle accidents.

Helping You Rebuild Your Life

The aftermath of a motorcycle accident can be painful and uncertain. Bikers can suffer head or neck injuries, broken bones, road rash and other severe injuries. We will take on the burden of helping you recover financially so you can devote your efforts to healing. You can depend on us to fully investigate and analyze the cause of the accident, identifying all parties that could be at fault.

We prepare every case knowing that trial is a distinct possibility. Insurance companies will fight aggressively to minimize what they pay in claims. By preparing for trial, we will put you in the best position for success, whether your case is resolved through negotiations or before a judge and jury. We know just how much is riding on the outcome of your case and are fully invested in your success.

Contact Our Raleigh Motorcycle Accident Attorney Today

It costs you nothing to speak to us about your accident and how it has affected your life. Call us today at 919-500-5195 or email us to schedule your free consultation. Motorcycle injury claims are handled on a contingency basis, which means you pay no attorney fees unless you win your case.