Whether a motorcyclist is skilled and respectful of traffic laws or not, accidents can and do happen. Other motorists — drivers of cars, trucks and buses — often claim they “did not see” a motorcycle before a crash. Besides inattentive drivers, defective roadways are also frequent triggers for motorcycle accidents.
Regardless of how and when your motorcycle accident took place, if you have been seriously injured, you need to talk to a lawyer promptly. At Otway Russo, P.C., in Salisbury, our motorcycle accident attorneys offer free consultations to people injured in motorcycle wrecks in or around Delmarva Peninsula and the Eastern Shore of Maryland. We offer valuable information and explain how we can help pursue maximum available compensation after a motorcycle accident.
One common feature of motorcycle accidents is that they tend to result in serious injuries to bikers with or without helmets or leather clothing. The human body out in the open is no match for a car, truck or bus. Injured motorcycle riders tend to suffer from:
- Back and neck injuries
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Crush injuries
- Road rash (serious skin injury)
Your motorcycle may have encountered a bad pothole or you may have been hit by a car. Your medical care needs are likely acute at this time. You may have critical questions about your motorcycle insurance coverage. You should also be interested in discovering whether another motorist or any person or organization was negligent. Documented evidence can help build a strong injury claim or lawsuit.
Our Salisbury Personal Injury Law Firm Can Help You Maximize Compensation After A Motorcycle Crash
Attorneys at Otway Russo, P.C., bring years of experience to the task of helping you manage the aftermath of a motorcyclist injury case. Doctors will no doubt do their best. Our lawyers are prepared to complement their dedication as we help you pursue maximum available compensation. Contact us to discuss your motorcycle injury in Maryland. Call (410) 983-6799 and we will respond as soon as we can. We will start off by offering you a free consultation.