Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
A motorcycle crash can be life changing.
Motorcyclists don’t have the benefit of common automobile safety features like crumple zones, seatbelts and airbags. Additionally, according to the Insurance Information Institute, because of their smaller size, motorcyclists are at greater risk of not being seen by inattentive or distracted drivers.
Tragically, more than 80 percent of reported motorcycle crashes result in death. A 2016 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration study found motorcyclists are nearly 28 times more likely to die in a motorcycle accident than are passenger car occupants.
We’ve represented thousands of people injured or killed in accidents involving cars, trucks, motorcycles and pedestrians. We’ve represented people in claims related to drunk drivers, distracted drivers, street racing, multi-car crashes and crashes caused by dangerous roads or defective vehicles. While every case is unique, we have the experience and resources to provide aggressive and competent representation.
We can help.
- We negotiate with the insurance company or companies handling the accident claims.
- We communicate with others about the accident (police, drivers, witnesses, media).
- We collect information and explain through evidence who really caused the accident.
- We present that evidence showing how and why the accident happened.
- We help you and your family get the assistance you need until your case is resolved.
Representing people injured in motorcycle crashes is what we do.
Reiner, Slaughter, Mainzer & Frankel, LLP, has obtained more than $600 million for our clients–including clients injured in motorcycle crashes. We have built a reputation for handling the most complex and high stakes personal injury lawsuits involving catastrophic injury, permanent disability, disfigurement or wrongful death.
You don’t have to take our word for it: our attorneys have been awarded positions in key peer-reviewed organizations including the American Board of Trial Advocates, Super Lawyers, the National Trial Lawyers Association, AVVO and Martindale Hubbell, the nation’s largest independent attorney rating service.