Advocates For Injured Motorcyclists

As a motorcyclist, no matter how carefully you ride, no matter how defensive you ride, you are at risk. Other drivers simply do not watch for motorcycles. All too often, that leads to serious accidents. If you have been hurt because of another driver's negligence, you have the right to seek compensation. We will help. We will stand by your side. We will be your advocates.

When The Negligent Driver Points The Finger At The Victim

At the Roanoke office of John Tinney we have more than 40 years of experience handling these personal injury claims. We know what happens in motorcycle accident cases. We know that the negligent driver will likely refuse to accept responsibility. Instead, he or she will point the finger at the victim. The negligent driver will say that the motorcyclist was going too fast or riding recklessly.

The fact is that many non-motorcyclists perceive motorcyclists as being reckless. We understand the reality. We know that the majority of motorcycle riders are safe and diligent. More important, we know that these cases are built on facts. Despite what the negligent driver says, we will gather evidence to prove that the victim was not to blame. This may require working with accident reconstruction specialists and other experts. Whatever it takes, we will do what needs to be done to build a strong case and get you fair compensation.

When Motorcycle Injuries Are Serious

Motorcycle riders have a helmet, if that, to protect them in the event of an accident. Unfortunately, that is rarely sufficient to prevent serious injuries when a negligent driver hits them. When you choose our law firm, you will work with a lawyer who understands how to pursue maximum compensation to cover the expenses associated with serious motorcycle injuries such as brain damage, paralysis or loss of limb.

Talk To An Advocate For Free

Call 334-219-2546 or send us an email today. We will evaluate your case for free and tell you about what can be done to get full compensation for a motorcycle crash.