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Motorcycle Accident Attorney serving Chino and Chino Hills

Motorcycle Accident Lawyer serving Chino & Chino Hills, California

Individuals who ride motorcycles face a higher risk of serious injury than those in regular passenger vehicles. Although a minor fender bender between two cars will rarely result in an injury, unfortunately, the same cannot be said for those who ride motorcycles. When involved in even the slightest accident, the impact can lead to life-changing injuries for the motorcyclist.

According to the Travel Safety Facts, published by the NHTSA, there were a total of 4,895 motorcyclist fatalities reported in 2018 alone. Although the total number of fatalities decreased by 4% since 2017, the recently reported figure is still shocking. Furthermore, according to a 10 year study conducted by the Urban Transportation Research Center of the University of South Florida, 60% of motorcycle-involved accidents are caused by another driver.

Never Pay the Price for Another’s Negligence

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident that was caused by a reckless driver, you should not have to be responsible for covering your medical expenses, especially when you have lost your job as a result of your injuries. After an accident, the at-fault driver will need to be held responsible for the losses you have accrued.

Regrettably, obtaining restitution will not come easy. In fact, you should expect to have your version of events challenged by the other party or their insurance company. This, however, should not deter you from fighting for the restitution you deserve, consult the legal support of a skilled law firm who can represent your rights.

Attorney Justin H. King has many years of dedicated experience of fighting for the rights of injured motorcyclists in the Chino, Chino Hills and surrounding communities. Attorney King will fight for your right to the maximum compensation possible. Contact Attorney King for more information on how you can protect your rights after an accident.

Injured in a Motorcycle Accident in Chino or Chino Hills? Consider the Following

Justin KingThe immediate moments following an accident can be frightening and they can also be understandably confusing. In spite of this, it is important to consider the following in effort of ensuring your rights are protected.

Seek Medical Attention – If you were in a motorcycle accident, it is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible. Even if the accident resulted in seemingly minor injuries, it is important to have the injuries examined by a medical professional. When seeking financial compensation following an injury, it is critical to demonstrate that the injury occurred, and this will need to be demonstrated through a medical record.

Contact the Police – By contacting the police, you will help to ensure that the accident is investigated. The responding police officer will secure the scene and look into the preliminary causes of the accident. An officer will also collect vital information from the other driver, including his or her: Driver’s license number, Auto insurance information, and Contact information.

Equally important, a police officer will make a record of the damages sustained by both parties. Contacting an officer will help to ensure that your version of events are protected.

Collect Your Own Information – Even though a police officer’s report is an important part in protecting your right to a fair restitution, it is not the only form of evidence that can support your version of events. Collecting your own information can be critical, especially when an officer does not respond to the scene. Information you collect should include: The other driver’s information, The contact information of witnesses to the collision, Take pictures of the damages of all vehicles involved, Take pictures of the scene, and make a detailed note of how you believe the accident happened.

Establishing Responsibility Following a Motorcycle Accident

As previously mentioned, most motorcycle accidents are caused by fault of another driver. This is particularly true because motorcycles are significantly smaller than most cars on the road, thus making them harder to see. In addition to the recklessness of other drivers, the following is a short list of other parties that could be held responsible for causing a motorcycle accident.

  • The party that designed the road or intersection where the accident occurred. Some roads are designed with defects or flaws, which could be a hazard for drivers. When an accident occurs on a defectively designed road, the roadway designer, company or institution responsible for building the road will be held liable for the medical expenses and damages accrued by the victims.
  • The institution responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the road or intersection. Cities and counties are responsible for making sure that streets and roadways are free from debris or other hazards, such as potholes. When an accident is caused because of an overgrown brush that obstructed a driver’s view that resulted in a motorcyclist’s injuries, the institution will be held liable for the damages.
  • The motorcycle’s manufacturer. A motorcycle consists of many parts. Although motorcycles require maintenance, the design of each part needs to work accordingly. Accidents that are caused as a result of a motorcycle design or part defect are dangerous and can result in the death of the motorcyclist.

Wrongful Death in Motorcycle Accidents

Regrettably, there is an abundance of motorcycle accidents that result in the death of the motorcyclist. Losing a loved one in an accident is emotionally difficult but it can also be financially draining. Families who have lost a loved one because of another’s negligence have a right to seek monetary restitution from the liable party by filing a wrongful death claim. For the survivors of the deceased motorcyclist, this means obtaining restitution for the victim’s medical expenses, funeral expenses, and loss of consortium.

Fight For Your Right to Compensation, Seek the Legal Support of a Skilled Personal Injury Attorney serving Chino & Chino Hills, California

Motorcycle accidents are far more dangerous than regular passenger accidents and consequently, they often result in very serious injuries. If you have been injured while riding your motorcycle, you may be entitled to receive monetary compensation. Speak to a well-versed attorney who can review your case and help you obtain the compensation you truly deserve.

Chino & Chino Hills personal injury attorney Justin H. King has many years of dedicated experience fighting for the rights of motorcycle accident victims. Attorney King understands that injuries often result in the loss of income and stressful medical expenses. As a result, attorney King works vigorously to defend the rights of victims and help them obtain the monetary compensation they are owed. Consult the Law Offices of Attorney Justin H. King today for a free case evaluation.

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