Holding Negligent Drivers Accountable For Motorcycle Riders’ Injuries
Every time motorcycle riders get on the road, they place themselves at the mercy of other drivers. Many drivers either don’t see motorcycle riders or simply choose not to acknowledge them. When negligent drivers cause collisions that result in serious injuries, victims have the right to be fully compensated for their losses.
Negligent drivers’ insurance companies will go to great lengths to avoid paying the fair value of your claim. Their lawyers will attempt to place at least a portion of the blame on you or try to attribute your injuries to some other cause than the collision. Before you talk to anyone from the insurance company or sign any document, talk to an attorney.
Experienced Attorneys Representing Pennsylvania Injury Victims
At the law firm of Graham & Mauer, P.C., we provide aggressive representation to motorcycle riders who have been injured in any type of collision. We have more than 50 years of experience with these cases and know how to obtain the compensation you need to recover from your injuries and move on with your life. We represent clients in Chester County, Carlisle County, Cumberland County and Eastern Pennsylvania.
We conduct a thorough investigation into your collision and build a compelling case in support of your claim for damages. When appropriate, we will bring in collision reconstructionists and other experts to help strengthen our case. We prepare every case as if it were going to trial. While we always attempt to negotiate a fair settlement, we will not hesitate to take your case to court in order to secure the best available outcome.
Speak With One Of Our Attorneys About Your Motorcycle Collision Claim
We invite you to contact us for a free initial consultation regarding your motorcycle collision. With offices in Valley Forge and Harrisburg, we are well-positioned to represent clients throughout Chester County, Dauphin County and elsewhere in eastern and central Pennsylvania. You can reach us at 610-933-3333 or via email. An attorney will answer the phone when you call.