A motorcyclist has the same legal right to occupy a full lane of traffic that a driver of a car does. A motorcycle can be seen and should be seen on the road. In our book, a failure to see a motorcycle is evidence of failure to keep a proper lookout.
It is one thing, however, for a driver to knowingly try to "share" a lane with a motorcycle, and quite another for a driver to claim that he or she did not even see a motorcycle. In our book, failure to see a motorcycle is evidence of failure to keep a proper lookout.
Questions of liability are important after a motorcycle accident. It is equally important for a personal injury attorney to learn all there is to know about the resulting injuries and project present and future costs. At the law offices of Chambers & Aholt, LLP, motorcycle accident lawyers work to maximize compensation for injured people and their families. Many of our clients have suffered very serious injuries and losses, including:
After an Atlanta motorcycle accident, attorneys at Chambers & Aholt , LLP, can help you and your family move forward through filing a personal injury claim or lawsuit. Financial recovery cannot put your life back the way it was before the accident, but it can compensate you and give you a second chance at a manageable life.
Did the driver of the car or truck that struck your injured loved one say, "I didn't see the motorcycle?" Allow us to dig a bit deeper into the meaning of that claim through an investigation into the true causes of the motorcycle accident. Contact us by phone or e-mail to schedule a consultation.
In most cases, our thorough investigation and preparation of your case will result in a fair settlement offer. When the responsible parties are unwilling to be reasonable, our experienced trial attorneys will present your case to a jury for a no obligation initial consultation today. All consultations are held strictly confidential.
We handle these cases on a contingent fee basis. If there is no recovery no fees are owed.