Motorcycle Accidents Our Attorneys Can Stand Up for You

Motorcycle Accident Injury Attorneys

We Handle Cases Throughout Burlington with Compassion & Dedication

Motorcycles can be freeing, and more cost-effective than passenger vehicles, and for those in more populated areas, they can also help cut back on your daily commute. However, not every aspect of motorcycle use is a happy one; although they’re more reliable than they once were, they can still be exceptionally dangerous. If another driver is careless while changing lanes, or if a nearby construction crew leaves dangerous debris on the road, their actions could cause nearby motorcyclists devastating harm.

If you or someone you love was injured in a motorcycle crash, we want you to know this isn’t the end of the road for you-- you have legal options. Our team at Crumley Roberts has years of experience fighting for the rights of the wrongfully injured, and we’re prepared to help you as well.

Why Choose Our Firm?

Our team has more than 30 years of experience helping the injured and we truly care about each and every client we work with. We understand that our clients are going through some of the hardest moments of their lives, and we are committed to providing the support and guidance they need. However complex your case may seem, trust our team to work in your best interest.

Call (866) 691-0607 to schedule a phone or in-person consultation with our Burlington motorcycle accident attorneys.

Common Motorcycle Accident Causes

Due to their open, two-wheeled construction, motorcycles are inherently less protective than standard passenger vehicles. Because of their design, motorcyclists are more susceptible to catastrophic and life-threatening injuries when they crash. A motorcyclist could be thrown from their bike and onto the road, or they might be pushed into oncoming traffic when a car drifts into their lane. Whatever the circumstances of your crash, the resulting injuries can be extremely severe, if not fatal.

Common motorcycle accident injuries include:

  • Spinal injuries

  • Traumatic brain injuries

  • Lacerations

  • Fractured and broken bones

  • Burns

  • Road rash

Who Could Be Liable for My Accident?

If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident, one of the most important questions you’ll ask is ‘who is responsible?’ Although this may seem like a straightforward question, the answer can be quite complicated, and it may involve multiple parties. If your crash was caused by a mechanical defect, the vehicle parts manufacturer might be liable for creating a defective design, but the seller might also be liable if they failed to notify you of the potential danger once they were notified. Likewise, if you were harmed in an accident with a drunk driver, that driver might be liable, but if that driver was a commercial driver, their company might also be responsible for your damages.

Because liability varies in each case, it’s important to discuss the particulars of your situation with an attorney as soon as possible.

We Stand Up For You

Our attorneys at Crumley Roberts are prepared to provide you with the steadfast legal support you need and deserve. During our three decades in service, our firm has earned more than 5,000 five-star reviews from past clients, which further demonstrates our dedication to our clients’ best interests.

If you think you have a motorcycle accident claim, we want to help you pursue justice and compensation for your injuries. Compensation may cover current and future medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and property damage. Let our team help you take action, today.

Contact Crumley Roberts to discuss your case with our Burlington motorcycle attorneys.

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If you've been injured and would like legal help, call 1-800-288-1LAW today, or fill out the form below and we'll get back to you.

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