Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Philadelphia
Compassionate Counsel Following Devastating Accidents
There’s nothing like tearing up and down the Pennsylvania highways, engine roaring in your ears, and wind slamming your chilled arms. Motorcycles offer the exhilarating freedom that passengers in their encased cars, idling in stuck traffic, may never fully appreciate.
However, with the freedom motorcycles offer comes a dangerous exposure to the elements. Cars tend to provide more protection to their drivers, especially in accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, even though motorcyclists only make up about 1 percent of traffic, they account for 19% of deaths and serious injuries caused by motor vehicles. Motorcyclist injuries tend to appear mainly in the head and neck but also result in road rash, burns, broken bones, back injuries, and traumatic amputation.
The attorneys at Kwartler Manus, LLC understand the severity of motorcycle accident injuries and have experience in building strong cases for motorcycle accident lawsuits.
Our Philadelphia motorcycle accident lawyers are prepared to fight for you. Call our offices today at (267) 214-8608 to get started.
Who is at Fault?
In our experience, there can be a wide range of different factors at play that cause a motorcycle accident, including:
- Recklessness or negligence of drivers
- Unsafe road conditions
- Malfunctioning or recalled product
- Defective roadway designs
- Substance abuse
Often, in the shock and adrenaline of the moment, drivers will resort to blaming the motorcyclist for recklessness in an accident. In reality, a simple mistake of not checking their mirrors is before a sudden lane change is what can result in a disastrous tragedy.
Whatever the circumstances may be, your Philadelphia personal injury attorneys at Kwartler Manus, LLC have a thorough knowledge of relevant Pennsylvania traffic patterns and rules, and are ready to fight on your behalf.
We’ve recovered millions of dollars for our clients! Call for a free over-the-phone consultation at (267) 214-8608.