Lawyers for Washington, D.C. Motorcycle Accidents

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Aggressive Representation for the Victims of Serious Collisions

A helmet can only do so much when a car runs into a motorcycle, especially at a high speed. This is one of the reasons riding a motorcycle is more than 25 times more dangerous than driving a car, and why 8 in 10 motorcycle accidents result in injury to the biker. Because they have little in the way of protection, the damage caused by a car-and-motorcycle accident can seriously disrupt a rider’s life.

Our attorneys are here to help those injured in motorcycle accidents pursue compensation for the hardships they are now facing. With decades of combined experience, we know how to build a strong case and maximize the amount you ask for. At the same time, we provide caring support to every one of our clients, doing what we can to make their lives easier. Anyone who is considering a claim can speak with one of our attorneys for free to learn more about their rights and legal options.


Proving Cause and Liability in a Motorcycle Accident

The first thing you’ll need to do if you plan to bring a claim is identify who is at fault for your accident. This may entail steps such as accessing the police report, interviewing witnesses, and assessing the damage to your motorcycle and any other vehicles involved. Having an attorney to help you identify potential sources of evidence and preserve everything necessary to argue your case matters, especially if the insurance adjuster challenges your claim.

Evidence matters because some people view motorcyclists as more reckless despite data showing it is car drivers who cause the majority of accidents. If your case ends up in front of a jury, you will have to combat this stigma as well as provide a clear rebuttal to every attempt an insurance company makes to blame you for the collision.

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When Drivers Cause Motorcycle Accidents

How bad is the risk for motorcyclists? Studies show:

Sometimes, drivers simply do not see a motorcyclist coming because they are not looking for the smaller profile of a rider. No matter the driver’s mistake, when they are to blame, you deserve compensation for your injuries.

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Motorcycle Accident Victims May Suffer Lasting Injuries

There is nothing that can fully protect you from harm when you are hit by a car or even thrown from your bike. Sadly, many motorcyclists end up suffering serious accidents that affect them for the rest of their lives.

We may be able to help you file a claim if you suffered a:

  • Bone crush injury
  • Burn injury
  • Facial injury
  • Loss of limb/amputation
  • Multiple or complex fracture
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)

Not only do these injuries take a long time to heal, but they may also result in permanent disfigurement or disability. Anyone in this situation needs maximum compensation to ensure they can access help and care both now and in the future. Insurance adjusters rarely offer full and fair settlements to catastrophic injury victims, making it important to have a lawyer who will fight for you.

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We’re Here for Clients in Their Hardest Times

Adjusting to your life after a severe injury can take time and involve difficult emotions on top of the pain and struggle of healing. Making a claim is easier with the help of a supportive law firm like Ashcraft & Gerel. Our attorneys take the lead on legal matters and go above and beyond to make sure clients are taken care of. With our team on your side, you will not have to worry about your injury claim.

We’re also well known by insurance companies for giving our all in every case we take. Simply having this reputation can help turn settlement negotiations in your favor. If it does not, we are ready to litigate your claim. The losses and challenges caused by a severe or catastrophic injury are immeasurable, and you deserve financial support as you try to put your life back together.