Bucks County Motorcycle Accident Claims

Motorcycle accident injury in Bucks County

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 5,000 motorcyclists died and more than 103,000 motorcyclists were injured in U.S. traffic accidents in 2007.  Many dangerous roadways in Pennsylvania result in motorcycle accidents, including the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Interstate 95.

In 2007, Pennsylvania's WGAL-TV reported an increasing number of deadly motorcycle accidents in our state, with the number of fatal motorcycle crashes in Pennsylvania rising more than 30 percent between 2002 and 2006.  This is why news headlines like these are all too common—

Motorcyclist in critical condition in I-95 accident

In July 2008, Interstate 95 in Philadelphia was shut down after a car and motorcycle collided at dawn. The motorcyclist was critically injured due to severe wounds on his arms and legs.

Pennsylvania man killed in motorcycle wreck

In May of 2010, a Pennsylvanian was killed when his motorcycle crashed into a mailbox and fence. Though transported to the hospital, he succumbed to his injuries and died. As this story shows, injuries sustained in motorcycle accidents are often far worse than those sustained in a comparable car accident, because the motorcyclist is unprotected.

After a Bucks County motorcycle accident injury

If you are seriously injured or a family member is killed in a motorcycle accident, you may now be struggling with the devastating aftermath, including—

  • The physical consequence (fractures, brain injury, neck injury, back injury, or paralysis)
  • The financial consequences (lost wages, enormous medical bills, ongoing physical therapy)
  • The emotional consequences (fear, anger, loss of companionship, loss of self-worth)

The sad fact is that victims of motorcycle accidents are often not compensated fairly for their losses, even though they are often entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain, suffering, property damage, and for permanent injury or disfigurement.

Bucks County motorcycle accident settlement

With losses like these, your case should be reviewed immediately by a lawyer experienced in getting a favorable court judgment or motorcycle accident settlement in Bucks County for his clients. To recover financially for your losses from a Bucks County motorcycle accident death or injury, take the following actions:

Step 1—Contact a Bucks County motorcycle accident claims attorney

The sooner our attorneys are involved in the case, the more efficiently our accident investigation team can reconstruct all key factors of the accident when necessary. Valuable evidence becomes harder to get and evaluate long after the accident.

Step 2—Provide your recollections

As part of working towards a Bucks County motorcycle accident claim, you should provide your recollections to your lawyer who, when appropriate, may assemble and engage a targeted team of accident experts to assess your claim.

Step 3—File your motorcycle accident claim in Bucks County

After investigating your accident, our attorneys file a claim for your motorcycle accident injury in Bucks County. The claim identifies you as the plaintiff, describes what happened, and names the defendants.

Help with motorcycle accident claims in Bucks County

It is extremely important to hire an attorney as soon as possible after the accident. Often, an investigation must be done immediately. In addition, motorcycle accident claims often take a team of experts who analyze the evidence so that we can demonstrate the causes leading to the crash.

Contact the Law Offices of Paul R. Weber, or call 215-752-7676 for a free consultation where you can find experienced, skilled motorcycle accident lawyers in Bucks County with years of experience litigating on behalf of injured bikers.

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