Missouri Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
Injured in a Motorcycle Wreck? We Can Help.
Riding a motorcycle can be a thrill. It can also be very dangerous. Each year, thousands of bikers across the nation find their rides suddenly cut short by the jolting experience of being hit, thrown, or seriously injured in a motorcycle accident. If you were struck while riding your motorcycle, you know the severe and catastrophic injuries that can happen during this type of accident. From road rash and broken bones to traumatic brain injuries, your life may be forever altered due to the negligence of another person.
When injured in a motorcycle wreck, it is paramount that you turn to a respected and proven motorcycle accident attorney to handle the complications of your claim against the liable party or parties. The legal team you pick will be one of the most important decisions you ever make. At Price & Randle, our knowledgeable team has all of the qualifications and experience needed to pursue your case through negotiation or litigation. We can conduct an exhaustive investigation into the accident, verify fault, and aggressively advocate on your behalf with the insurance company or in court.
Motorcycle Accidents in Missouri
While motorcycles are a fun recreational activity or mode of transportation, they are less stable and less visible than other vehicles on the road. They also provide much less protection and fewer safety features, which makes their high-performance ability less secure. According to industry specialists, like the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die in accidents than other drivers.
Causes of motorcycle accidents can include:
- Inattentive drivers
- Distracted drivers
- Drunk or drugged drivers
- Drivers failing to yield
- Drivers making lane changes without looking for motorcyclists
- Cutting off motorcyclists when making a turn
The insurance companies do not want to pay for your medical treatments, lost wages, property damage, or any other expenses you have had to take on because of another person’s mistakes. Instead, the job of your insurance adjuster is to use every trick in the book to avoid giving you the money you deserve.