Experienced Motorcycle Wreck Attorneys
Call us at (501) 286-4622
In a motorcycle accident that wasn’t your fault, you’ll likely be told you took too high of a risk not being in a car or you’re exaggerating your injuries. Some insurance companies will even try to say you lied to avoid paying for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Often getting what you deserve after a motorcycle accident requires working with a motorcycle accident attorney. Our experienced motorcycle attorneys are here to help.
Insurance companies make a business on avoiding paying out when they should. Our job is to help our clients get the maximum benefits from insurance and hold others accountable when our clients have been injured or killed in motorcycle accidents.
We strive to maximize payouts so you can focus on recovery and uphold your rights throughout the entire process. We don’t make a penny unless you win.
Do you need a lawyer for a motorcycle accident?
If you’re struggling after a motorcycle wreck that wasn’t your fault, you may have a claim
There’s a certain set of unspoken rules when you get on your motorcycle. We stick together. We watch out for one another. But sometimes it’s not enough to keep other drivers on the road aware of bikers. Non-riders are usually ready to shift the blame because they have general perceptions that motorcycle riders are to blame, never the automobile.
If you were seriously injured be someone else in a motorcycle accident, you may have a claim that can help you deal with the aftermath and stand up for bikers’ rights. The other driver might be at fault if they were negligent, reckless, or intentionally took actions that harmed you. You may be able to get medical bills and lost wages paid if you can prove the other driver was at fault.
How do you prove another driver was at fault and defend your equal rights to the road? This is where a motorcycle wreck lawyer might be able to help you with your claim after an accident. An attorney’s role after an bike accident is to review documentation and evidence to build a claim, negotiate on your behalf with the other driver’s insurance to fight for what you deserve, and file a lawsuit if necessary.
Attorneys at Emerson Firm, PLLC are experienced motorcycle accident attorneys and insurance negotiators. We’re well aware of how insurance companies put pressure on those injured in accidents so they can pay out less and loopholes to deny claims. In cases of motorcycles, they’ll use your bike as an excuse to not have to pay out. We fight for fair and justified compensation in serious motorcycle accidents.
How could a motorcycle accident lawyer help me with my claim?
You may be able to seek compensation for:
- Present and future medical expenses from motorcycle accident injuries
- Lost wages from recovery time and future lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Disability or disfigurement
- Deterioration of the quality of life because of serious, life-changing injuries
Was a loved one killed in a fatal motorcycle accident?
Our attorneys for motorcycle wrecks may be able to help fatal motorcycle accident victims’ families
Too many times motorcycle riders are killed by preventable accidents caused by distracted, impaired or reckless driving. Despite bikers’ best efforts to make their presence known, many car drivers still don’t look twice. If your loved one was killed by another driver, you may consider a wrongful death suit. Although insurance for the at-fault driver may cover some expenses, loss of the victim’s income can be an unbearable hardship for your family.
Often the costs of a fatal motorcycle accident can exceed insurance caps and require personally suing an insurance company. Personal suits against insurance can be extremely complicated matters.
Losing a loved one in a fatal bike wreck can leave your family emotionally and financially traumatized. It is important to understand your rights after a fatal accident. Having an experienced wrongful death lawyer on your side ready to fight for your rights can help your family get what you deserve. Don’t let other’s ideas that riding a bike is more dangerous prevent you from pursuing your family’s rights when another driver was at fault.
What is required to make a claim after a motorcycle wreck?
Our experienced attorneys work to build strong claims after a serious motorcycle accident.
Insurance companies must often be held accountable by proving their insured policyholder caused the accident. To make your claim, you often must collect and present evidence to prove:
- The other driver was negligent, reckless, or acted intentionally.
- The other driver was at fault and caused the accident.
- You were seriously injured by the accident.
Although every case is unique, our attorneys typically assemble evidence to prove these three facts to insurance, gathering together medical records, photos and information from the accident, testimonies, accident reports, and other information. We use this information to build a strong claim that the other driver was at fault and caused injuries in the crash.
After building a case, we negotiate on our clients’ behalf with insurance to get full compensation as quickly as possible. We stand by our client’s rights and aggressively negotiate to obtain as much compensation as possible. Every attorney’s goal is to get a full pre-trial settlement from insurance help start recovery immediately but our attorneys prepare our client’s cases to go to trial if needed. If insurance denies the claim, we take the next steps to pursue motorcycle accident claims in a lawsuit.
Your case may be different and deserves individualized attention that an attorney can provide.
Let’s make roads safer for bikers everywhere
You can make a difference and uphold biker rights
If you were injured in an motorcycle accident, holding those accountable for your accident is important to the biking community as a whole. Everyday, riders are killed by drivers who are unaware of motorcycles around them, driving motorcyclists off the road or turning in front of them, causing serious or grave injuries.
Beyond being fairly compensated for your injuries, it is important for bikers to send a message to drivers—we are here and we deserve to be safe just like anyone else on the road. Every year in Arkansas, there are about 80 fatal motorcycle crashes, according to the Arkansas Highway Safety Office of the Arkansas State Police. Many of these fatal accidents could have been prevented.