Motorcycle Accidents


Motorcycle Accidents



Alpharetta Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Motorcycle Drivers love the freedom of this unique form of transportation. The freedom and exhilaration gained from motorcycle driving is tempting to many people. Unfortunately, this type of transportation is very hazardous. In 2011, there were a large number of Georgia motorcycle accidents. Many of these accidents involved fatalities. In fact, victims are 35 times more likely to die in a motorcycle accident, compared to drivers of automobiles. Those that are lucky enough to avoid fatalities suffer catastrophic injuries, such as brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, burns, scarring and other permanent injuries that usually require the services of orthopedists, surgeons, neurologists and chiropractors. Long recovery with many hours of physical therapy usually follows.

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There are Many Causes of Motorcycle Accidents:

  • Failure to Signal Lane Changes
  • Cars pulling out in front of Motorcycles
  • Cars merging in front of Motorcycles
  • Motorcyclists driving in a haphazard manner
  • Excessive Speed
  • Driving a motorcycle under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Use of cell phone as distraction
  • Negligent Entrustment
  • Weather Conditions

You Recover While We Work On Your Case

After a motorcycle accident, returning to health should be your main priority. Our Alpharetta motorcycle accident attorneys can assist you in locating the proper Orthopedic Doctor or Neurologist or other medical professional who can treat your injuries.

While you recover from your injuries, our motorcycle lawyers will conduct a thorough investigation of your motorcycle claim, including accident scene investigation, accident reconstruction, interviewing witnesses, contacting the insurance adjustor, taking pictures of the accident scene, and interviewing witnesses. Our personal injury law firm has years of experience in dealing with Insurance Companies and we know how to maximize your recovery.


Alpharetta Motorcycle Accidents

Immediately after your motorcycle accident, a lawyer representing the party responsible for the accident may contact you to discuss the case. It is important that you be represented by an experienced motorcycle accident law firm before you discuss your case with them, so that you will not be fooled into accepting a quick settlement well below what your case is worth. It is important to know what your diagnosis is before determining your personal injury case value. An Orthopedist can help you diagnose and treat your injuries. A Physical Therapist can assist in your rehabilitation for your injuries suffered in the accident. There are many qualified Chiropractors in Alpharetta who have treated patients injured in motorcycle accidents. Many of these clinics will work with patients even if they do not have health insurance and will agree to be paid out of the recovery.

Contact our office today for a free of charge consultation with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers. We will cover all aspects of your case and will provide honest and clear legal advice and counseling so that you will have a clear determination of your personal injury claim. From liability issues to recovery of damages, we will cover all of the important matters for your case.


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Howe & Associates

4385 Kimball Bridge Rd #100
Alpharetta, Georgia 30022
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Phone: 770-529-4357
Phone: 678-258-9894
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