Causes of Fatal Motorcycle Accidents
Nearly 25% of the fatal motorcycle accidents reported actually involve the motorcyclist colliding with a fixed object rather than another moving vehicle. About half of the fatal motorcycle accidents that involve another vehicle occur while the other vehicle is turning. Finally, rear-end collisions also result in a significant percentage of serious injuries and fatalities for motorcyclists — another reason as to why it’s essential for any motorcyclist to exercise extreme care while enjoying their ride on two wheels.
Receive Compensation for Your Motorcycle Accident Injuries
Motorcyclists are usually perceived by many people to be reckless, thrill-seeking rebels. So when a crash involves a motorcycle and a vehicle (of any kind), most believe the motorcyclist is naturally the one at fault. With this common bias, it's important for motorcyclists to seek the help of an experienced accident lawyer to build the strongest legal case on their behalf.
The legalities of fighting for compensation after you have been injured because of someone else's negligence are often complex and stressful. Bruscato Law can take the legal burdens off your plate so you can focus on your recovery.
Types of Compensation
With an experienced motorcycle accident attorney on your side, you are more likely to recover fair compensation for any of the following:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Vehicle repair
- Pain and suffering
Work with Bruscato Law to Find Out if You Have a Claim
If you or a loved one is suffering from injuries or loss after a motorcycle accident, you don’t have to suffer alone. Especially if it wasn’t your fault, it shouldn’t be your burden to bear. To make the roads of Louisiana a safer place for all, it’s important to hold negligent drivers responsible for the consequences of their careless actions. I have a record of successful settlements for my clients and am dedicated to continuing to provide knowledgeable, straightforward, and accessible legal counsel to victims when they need it most.