Motorcycle Accidents Case Results
Helping People With Their Motorcycle Accident Injury Claims
Read the many ways Russell & Lazarus has successfully resolved their clients’ accident claims. While these results are never guaranteed for other cases, these case results will show you the importance of hiring an experienced law firm that handles only personal injury claims.
Motorcycle riders are some of the most vulnerable on the road. A rider is almost completely exposed to the hazards on the road. As a result, when another driver makes a mistake, the results can be catastrophic. In these cases, a rider may want to work with an Orange County motorcycle accident attorney.
If you would like an idea of how your specific California injury claim could end up with a positive result, contact the attorneys at Russell & Lazarus today at (855) 851-2400 for a complimentary case evaluation.
Motorcycle Accident Case Results
- A 53-year-old Motorcycle rider was cut off by a driver on the freeway causing him to fall and shatter his ankle.
- A 40-year-old motorcycle rider was cut off by a vehicle making an unsafe lane change causing a knee injury. The defendant’s insurance company played games, and as a result, ended up paying three times the policy limits or $300,000.
Awarded: $300,000 which was $200,000 over the defendant’s policy limits
- A 44-year-old steel worker riding his motorcycle fractured his ankle when he broadsided a car negligently coming out of a driveway.
Awarded: $142,000 with $42,000 of the award coming directly out of the defendant’s pocket
An Orange County Motorcycle Accident Attorney on Motorcycle Accidents
While many motorcyclists are devoted to riding and will attest that there is no experience quite like it, they are especially prone to serious injury when struck by other motorists. This is due in part, of course, to the fact that there is virtually nothing between the striking vehicle and the rider to protect him. However, another significant contributing factor is that other motorists simply don’t often even see the rider, so when they collide they have done nothing to slow down or avoid the accident. The result can mean long-term or lifelong injury, or even death.
Following an accident, the injured rider will find that insurance carriers may have different rules and procedures for motorcycle riders. This makes it especially important to work with an experienced Orange County motorcycle accident lawyer to advocate for your rights and get the damages you are entitled to.
How an Orange County Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Can Help
Similar to other motorcycle accidents, liability for a motorcycle accident is determined according to the principles of negligence. Negligence is a term of art, and an Orange County motorcycle accident lawyer can help explain exactly what needs to be proven:
- Carelessness. To prove negligence, an Orange County motorcycle accident lawyer can explain that you typically must prove that another party was careless or negligent on the road.
- Causation. In addition, the negligent acts of other party must have caused your injuries. An Orange County motorcycle accident lawyer can tell you that this can be difficult to prove as there are usually many different variables that may contribute to an accident.
- Injuries. Finally, the negligent act must usually lead to some injury or harm.
Contact an Orange County Motorcycle Accident Attorney
If you have a question about a motorcycle accident, you should contact an Orange County motorcycle accident lawyer. Motorcycle accidents are very fact-specific and you will want an experienced attorney to analyze your case.
If you would like an idea of how your specific California injury claim could end up with a positive result, contact an Orange County motorcycle accident lawyer at Russell & Lazarus today at (855) 851-2400 for a complimentary case evaluation.
DISCLAIMER: The results are specific to the facts and legal circumstances of each of the clients’ cases and should not be used to form an expectation that the same results could be obtained for other clients in similar matters without reference to the specific factual and legal circumstances of each client’s case.