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Motorcycle Accident Attorney in North Carolina

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As any motorcyclist knows, riding a motorcycle isn’t without its risks. If another driver overlooks a nearby motorcyclist, or of a bike malfunctions or is defective, the resulting damage can be catastrophic, if not deadly. If you were injured in a motorcycle accident in North Carolina, our attorneys at Crumley Roberts are here to help.

Why Crumley Roberts?

We understand how traumatizing these types of incidents can be, which is why our team is committed to helping our clients through each step of the legal process after a serious accident. Since opening our doors in 1989, our attorneys at Crumley Roberts have helped countless individuals seek justice and compensation after a major accident. We’ve recovered more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients, and, more importantly, we have more than 5,000 five-star reviews from appreciative clients. Our legal team truly cares about our clients, and if you choose to work with our firm, we will work diligently to build a solid case in your favor and advocate for your interests.

Ready to get started? Call (866) 691-0607 today to discuss your North Carolina motorcycle injury.

What Causes Motorcycle Accidents?

There are several different circumstances that can cause a motorcycle crash, including driver negligence, mechanical malfunctions, and road hazards. If you or someone you love was harmed in a crash, it could have been caused by someone else’s negligence or mistake. Another driver might drive intoxicated, or they might become distracted, causing them to swerve into a nearby motorcyclist.

Likewise, a mechanical defect or faulty service might result in an issue with the bike, which could cause a brake failure or some other machine-related issue. Hazardous roadways caused by spilled debris or inadequate maintenance can also cause a serious crash.

Determining the cause of the accident is the first step in identifying the liable party. In the event of a driver error, the driver might be liable, whereas road hazards might fall under the property owner’s responsibility. At Crumley Roberts, we can assess the details of your case and identify the party or parties liable for your injuries.

Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Motorcycles lack the protective framework characteristic in trucks or cars, which makes motorcyclists especially susceptible to serious injuries in a crash. When motorcycle accidents do occur, the injuries can vary, but they are often very serious or catastrophic.

Common motorcycle injuries include:

  • Lacerations
  • Contusions
  • Broken bones
  • Bone fractures
  • Burns
  • Road rash
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal injuries
  • Whiplash

North Carolina Motorcycle Laws

In North Carolina, state law requires all motorcycle riders and passengers to wear helmets approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation. A motorcyclist also requires a special endorsement to their standard drivers’ license, which can be obtained upon the completion of a motorcycle training course.

Our Firm Is Here For You

Since 1989, our attorneys at Crumley Roberts have fought diligently for the wrongfully injured. If you or someone you love was harmed in a motorcycle accident, you could be eligible for compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of wages, and more. We want to help you take legal action and get back on your feet.

Contact Crumley Roberts today to discuss your situation with our North Carolina motorcycle accident attorneys.

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