We Never Assume That A Motorcycle Crash Is The Biker’s Fault

It's unfair but true. Motorcyclists often get blamed for accidents. When a car and a motorcycle collide, public opinion often sides with the driver of the car. Many people believe that motorcyclists are reckless, and they assume that the biker was either speeding, or weaving dangerous through traffic or negligent in some other way.

At Edgar Law Firm, we think differently. We don't assume that motorcycle riders are naturally negligent or that the crash was your fault. On the contrary, we know that according to the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, the leading cause of motorcycle accidents is automobile drivers who fail to notice motorcycles in time to avoid collisions.

We also know that you may deserve financial compensation. Our Santa Rosa attorneys have years of experience investigating collisions between motorcycles and other vehicles. Count on our team to seek justice on your behalf by establishing liability and holding the negligent party responsible for your medical expenses, rehabilitation, lost wages and emotional and physical pain and suffering.

Expensive Medical Care Can Place A Burden On The Whole Family

Traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, severe burns and other life-changing injuries are all too common in motorcycle accidents. Such injuries can be both physically and economically devastating for the victim and his or her family. They may call for years — or even a lifetime — of surgeries, physical rehabilitation, emotional therapy and other expenses. In turn, the staggering costs can place a heavy burden on the entire family.

If you and your family are in this situation, it is imperative that you obtain the full amount of compensation you will need to cover the ongoing medical costs and reduce the stress on your family. Let us help. Let the personal injury attorneys at Edgar Law Firm provide the aggressive legal representation you need to pursue the money you deserve.

Get The Clear Legal Advice You Need

Personal injury laws, although designed to protect you, can be complex and often difficult to understand. We explain exactly what you need to know and guide you through the process, step-by-step.

For a free initial consultation about your motorcycle crash case, call our California law firm at 707-387-0960 or contact our lawyers online.