Motorcycle Accidents Attorneys in Decatur, Georgia
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.
Motorcycle Accident Attorney in Decatur and Atlanta, GA
All too often, we hear a negligent driver try to blame the motorcyclist for being "invisible". 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, LLC, 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:
Head injury (traumatic brain injury)
Road rash (skin injury)
Back and neck injury
Spinal cord injury
Internal organ injuries
Loss of a loved one to fatal injuries
After an Atlanta motorcycle accident, attorneys at Chambers & Aholt, LLC, 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.
Georgia Motorcycle Injury Attorneys Dedicated to Helping People
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. However, when the responsible parties are unwilling to be reasonable, our experienced trial attorneys will present your case to a jury.
We handle these cases on a contingent fee basis. If there is no recovery no fees are owed.