A Fun Past Time Can Lead To Serious Injuries
When a motorcycle collides with a car or a truck, the results are often devastating for the motorcycle rider. Motorcycles are not only easy to miss in a driver’s blind spot but they also provide minimal protection to its riders, leaving the rider completely vulnerable in an accident. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, take the time to discuss your injuries with our motorcycle accident lawyer at Campbell & Associates. We can go over your legal options and give you an idea of what you can expect in the claims process. If you lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident, we can also help you file a wrongful death claim on their behalf.
Counsel That Gets You Results
Motorcycle accident victims are typically able to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and earning capacity, pain and suffering, and other accident-related costs. You should know that there is no “threshold” or minimum level of injury required as there is in car accident victims. We work hard to prove liability and to maximize your settlement. We have handled a wide variety of motorcycle accident claims, including:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Broken bones
- Road rash
- Spinal injuries
From thorough investigations to consulting medical experts and financial specialists, we have the right resources and knowledge you need at this time. As a former insurance defense lawyer, our lead attorney knows the insurance industry inside and out. We use our unique knowledge to level the playing field when negotiating with adjusters.
Don’t Wait; Call Today
At Campbell & Associates, we serve Western New York and are known for our compassionate representation and client-focused approach. Whenever you have a question or need help, we are always here for you. All inquiries and phone calls are returned promptly and efficiently. We know how stressful it can be after an injury, and we do our best to provide services that give you peace of mind. Call our office today at 716-992-2222 or fill out our contact form.