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Holding a negligent driver accountable after a motorcycle crash

Although the number of motorcycles on the roadways decreases as the fall weather settles in, motorists in Pennsylvania and elsewhere should still expect to still see some die-hard motorcyclists traveling throughout the fall season and even into the winter.

Cool weather, rain and even snow should not cause an automobile driver to fail to take precaution and be on the lookout for smaller vehicles such as motorcycles. Because when a driver is distracted or negligent, even for just a second, they could cause a serious and even fatal motorcycle crash.

The injuries involved in a motorcycle collision are often more severe than any other type of crash. Even when safety gear such as a helmet is worn, if a rider is ejected from their bike, the likelihood of surviving the incident without any injuries is slim. For most motorcycle accident victims, they will have to face a long road of recovery, enduring much pain and suffering from injuries such as a brain injury, road rash, broken bones, bruises and lacerations.

At Rosen, Louik & Perry, our attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of motorcycle accident victims, helping them hold negligent drivers accountable for the accident they caused. Whether it was due to negligence, distractions, recklessness or intoxication, our experienced legal team has the skills and resources required to uncover the evidence needed to understand the cause of the crash and who is responsible for it.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s motorcycle accident webpage. The aftermath of a motorcycle crash can be devastating and life altering. Victims are often left with much medical expenses and life changes, and a personal injury claim could help the injured party recover necessary compensation.