Few people walk away from a motorcycle accident with injuries that are not serious or permanent, and in many cases, these accidents are fatal. Motorcyclists deserve the same respect on the road as any other vehicle. Vehicle and traffic laws uphold the rights of motorcyclists when the negligence of others causes them serious accidents, and at Pyle Law, we work hard to protect motorcyclists’ rights.
You can count on our Kansas motorcycle accident attorney to set the story straight and fight for you. We know how to overcome bias against bikers and how to portray the impact of injuries to secure significant compensation.
Unlike cars, motorcycles don’t protect motorists and can leave them exposed to a whole wide world of trouble. Statistically, these risks hold true, as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has estimated that motorcycles have a 29 times greater accident fatality rate and 4 times greater injury rate than passenger cars.
Locally, however, the Kansas Department Of Transportation has consistently pegged motorcycles as making up 1.7% of the state’s vehicle accidents each year on average.
The short answer here is a firm, resounding, “yes.” It would be unwise to let an accident as severe and potentially costly as a motorcycle accident go totally unaccounted for. Our seasoned motorcycle accident lawyer at Pyle Law has the professional background necessary to argue your case as effectively as you’d want it argued.
Not only that, but we can help recover some of the losses and damages you may have incurred resulting from the accident, including:
A motorcycle collision could cost you immensely – don’t let it take everything from you.
The statute of limitations to file a personal injury lawsuit in the state of Kansas is two years, but we encourage any Kansas motorcyclists involved in negligent crashes to get in contact with a focused Kansas motorcycle accident attorney ASAP.
It can take time to build a robust, bulletproof case, and the sooner you can begin building a case, the better. For over 25 years, Pyle Law has been building such robust, winning cases, and our firm would be happy to help you or your loved ones do just that.
The automobile driver, bystanders and police often wrongfully assume that the motorcyclist has a greater responsibility than the driver of a motor vehicle and is at fault when an accident occurs. The report may say that the motorcyclist was speeding, weaving through traffic or otherwise reckless. Motorcycle riders are often wrongfully presumed to be scofflaws.
Our experienced trial lawyer Tom Pyle knows how to focus the investigation to show that the driver of the car or truck was at fault:
We commonly use accident reconstruction specialists, human factors experts and other professionals to make the case for liability. We are not afraid to invest in our cases and go all the way to trial to secure justice, as our notable verdicts and settlements illustrate.
We have recovered significant compensation for injuries, future economic loss and other damages sustained in motorcycle crashes. We have represented motorcyclists with spinal cord injuries, head trauma, broken bones, lost limbs, internal injuries, severe road rash and other major injuries. The partners of our firm work closely with accident victims, family members and medical providers to document the extent of injury and make a compelling case for damages. We bring wrongful death claims on behalf of family members who have lost loved ones in motorcycle accidents.
If we accept your case, we are prepared to bring in accident reconstructionists, vocational examiners, economists and liability experts to document your substantial losses after the death of a loved one in a bike accident.
Our experienced trial lawyers invest great effort and significant resources in the injury and death cases that we take on. If we represent you, we will prepare your case as if for trial. See a sampling of some of our law firm’s significant verdicts and settlements to get an idea of how we have helped others recover compensation after serious accidents, including fatal motorcycle accidents.
If you were injured on a motorcycle as the operator or passenger, call 888-381-1155 or contact us online for a free consultation with our experienced Kansas motorcycle accident attorney. We can meet with you at a convenient location if you are unable to visit our law offices. You will not owe attorneys’ fees until we recover compensation for your family.