Determining Causation and Fault In A Motorcycle Accident
It is rarely easy to determine exactly what caused an accident in its immediate aftermath. Instead, investigators work to reconstruct the moments leading up to the crash and the moment of impact in order to determine both causation and fault. Only when you know what caused your accident can you determine who or what may be “at fault” (in a legal sense) for the harm you have suffered.
Our firm has extensive experience representing the interests of injured motorcycle riders. After we understand the nuanced circumstances surrounding your crash, we can offer you objective legal guidance concerning both your rights under the law and any and all opportunities for compensation that may be available to you at this time. Then, you can make whatever informed decision concerning your options is right for you and your loved ones.
If you have been recently injured in a motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to significant compensation as a result of your injuries. Many accident victims are unaware of the fact that, even if a collision is determined to be partially their fault, they may be in a strong position to file a personal injury lawsuit. Working with an experienced Memphis, TN motorcycle accident lawyer at Patterson Bray PLLC will help you to definitively determine whether filing a personal injury claim is in your best interests at this time.
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It is rare that motorcycle accidents are solely the fault of the injured biker in question. Far more often, fellow motorists, government agencies in charge of road maintenance, and/or manufacturers of auto and motorcycle parts are partly or totally to blame when motorcycle riders crash. If it is possible that another’s actions or inactions directly contributed to the cause(s) of your crash, it is worth your time and energy to explore your legal options.
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If you have not yet scheduled a risk-free consultation with our dedicated legal team, please do so today. Both the short-term and long-term consequences of motorcycle accidents cannot be overstated. Therefore, it is critically important that you work with an attorney committed to securing you any and all compensation that you may be entitled to under the circumstances. You have been through enough. You don’t need the financial consequences of medical bills and lost wages decimating your family’s budget on top of everything else.
If it is at all possible that your motorcycle accident was not entirely your fault, taking an hour or two to explore your rights and legal options is time that will be well spent. Even if it turns out that you do not have grounds upon which to file a civil claim, you will not be left wondering “What if?” as time goes by. Connect with the experienced Tennessee legal team at Patterson Bray PLLC today to clarify your legal situation and to learn more about our approach to representation; we look forward to speaking with you.