If you’ve been seriously injured in a motorcycle accident or lost a loved one as a result of a motorcycle collision, you need the support of a knowledgeable and compassionate attorney who has years of experience with cases related to motorcycle accidents. The attorneys at Wolff and Wolff Trial Lawyers are committed to assisting residents in St. Louis and the entire state of Missouri in receiving the compensation they deserve for their motorcycle accident case.
Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
There are a number of different ways motorcycle accidents could be caused. At Wolff and Wolff Trial Lawyers we are experts in working with motorcycle accident cases that were caused by some of the following:
- Head-on Collisions: In approximately 75 percent of cases, when a vehicle strikes a motorcycle head-one, the wreck proves fatal for the passenger, motorcycle driver, or both.
- Left-turn Collisions: Left-turn collisions occur when a vehicle other than the motorcycle is in the process of making a left turn. The accident happens when the other vehicle is turning left into a parking lot or driveway or at an intersection.
- Speeding and Driving Under the Influence: As in most vehicle accidents, speed and driving under the influence can result in fatality regardless of whether the motorcyclist or a driver operating another vehicle was speeding or driving after drinking.
- Road Hazards: Debris, uneven pavement, roads with potholes, and other hazards can also all lead to serious motorcycle accidents.
Receive Legal Support for Motorcycle Accidents in St. Louis and Missouri
While you take the time to recover from your injuries following a motorcycle collision or cope with the loss of a loved one who passed away from a motorcycle accident, let Wolff and Wolff Trial Lawyers help.
We can work directly with insurance companies and make sure you receive a fair settlement for your particular case. In the event that insurance companies do not make a reasonable offer, St. Louis attorney, Alvin Wolff Jr. and his team will fight for you in court to pursue the full compensation you are entitled to. Call us today at (314) 241-2500 or fill out our contact form for a complimentary, no obligation consultation.