Motorcycle Accidents Our Attorneys Can Stand Up for You

Motorcycle Accident Attorneys in Lumberton

At CR Legal Team , We Stand Up For You

Even if you do everything right- wear a protective helmet, signal when you turn, follow the speed limit, sometimes accidents happen. Unfortunately, when you ride a motorcycle, accidents come with a significantly higher risk. Although motorcycle accidents aren’t quite as common as car accidents in the U.S, when accidents do occur, they often result in severe, if not deadly, injuries.

If you were involved in a motorcycle accident, our firm is here to help. We understand what often accompanies these types of accidents, and we want to do our part to help you pursue justice and compensation from the liable party. Whether you were harmed by a drunk driver, a negligent driver, or due to some mechanical bike failure, we want to do our part to see justice served.

Why Choose CR Legal Team for Your Motorcycle Accident Case?

Our team at CR Legal Team has more than 30 years of experience to apply to your case, and, most importantly, we truly care about what we do. Our devotion to our clients shows in every aspect of our firm, from our deep-rooted commitment to community service to our personalized legal strategies. If you choose to work with our firm, you can rest easy knowing we’ve secured more than $500 million on behalf of our clients, and we have more than 5,000 five-star reviews. Whatever you’re up against, we’re prepared to come alongside you and provide the legal counsel you need and deserve.

Call (866) 691-0607 today to schedule a free initial consultation with our motorcycle accident lawyers in Lumberton.

What To Do After a Motorcycle Accident

Much like with any motor vehicle accident, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Call 911 to report the accident and to ask for an ambulance, if necessary. If your injuries did not seem serious and you did not require an ambulance, you should still seek medical attention from a professional.

Once you’ve received medical care, you should gather evidence from the crash site and exchange information with the other parties involved. Exchange names, insurance information, contact information, and license plate numbers with other drivers, and take pictures of their vehicles. Be sure to document any damaged areas, or issues that could have caused the crash, like a hidden stop sign, or a fallen tree branch.

You should also acquire a copy of the accident report from the officer who responded to your crash, and gather contact information from any bystanders or witnesses. After you’ve finished gathering the information you need, you should contact an attorney right away.

Common Types of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, but some types of accidents are more common than others. For example, crashes often occur because other drivers fail to check their blind spots before changing lanes, causing a collision with an unseen motorcyclist.

Some of the most common types of motorcycle injuries include:

  • Brain injuries
  • Bone breaks and fractures
  • Bruises
  • Lacerations
  • Road burns
  • Spinal injuries

Injured in a Motorcycle Accident? We Can Help!

At CR Legal Team , we stand for you, however complex or challenging your situation may seem. We have fought hard for the wrongfully injured since opening our doors in 1989, and if you were injured while riding your motorcycle because of someone else’s mistake, we want to help you take the next step towards justice.

Contact CR Legal Team today to discuss your case with our Lumberton motorcycle accident attorneys.

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