A NEW LEVEL
If you or someone close to you sustains injuries in a motorcycle accident, you should be aware of your legal options. If another person or party caused or contributed to your accident, you may be eligible to receive significant compensation.
The Beckley-based law office of New, Taylor & Associates represents individuals who suffer from injuries all types of auto injury accidents. Founding lawyer Stephen New has more than 10 years of experience seeking optimal results on behalf of personal injury accident victims. He can help you seek the same results if a motorcycle accident has greatly affected your life.
Common Injuries And Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcyclists who have been struck by a car almost always end up seriously injured. Being thrown from a motorcycle upon impact often results in injuries such as:
Motorists who fail to see or accommodate motorcyclist cause a great number of accidents. Another major cause of motorcycle accidents is negligent turning or lane changing. If negligence by another driver caused or contributed to your accident, our firm can help you pursue maximum compensation for your injuries, hospital bills, lost wages, and other damages. If you have lost a family member in a motorcycle accident, we can help you pursue a wrongful death settlement claim.
Schedule A Free Consultation
Contact a Raleigh County motorcycle accident attorney to discuss your bike injury case in a free consultation. We are available to meet anytime and anywhere it is convenient for you. We take all cases on a contingency fee basis, so you don’t pay anything unless we win a settlement for you. Call 800-208-9169 today.
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Zantac® Claims in Beckley, WV
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