There were 5,286 motorcyclist fatalities in the United States in 2016 and 566 of those were California fatalities. In addition to fatalities in California, there were 14,400 reported motorcyclist injuries. These numbers should be concerning for the more than 950,000 registered motorcyclists in California and the drivers that share the roads with them. When it comes to motor vehicle accidents, motorcycle drivers are vulnerable and their injuries can be devastating. Due caution should be exercised but often is not, when motorcycles are present.
As you are likely aware, riding a motorcycle is dangerous because motorcyclists experience risks that often do not exist for other automobiles. Some of those risks include the following:
Insurance companies may contact you after a motorcycle accident hoping for a quick and inexpensive settlement. They are not looking out for your best interests and their first offer is likely not going to be their best offer. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact El Cajon motorcycle accident attorney, Eugene G. Bruno. He will understand the totality of your injuries and damages before negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf. He will work to see that your monetary recovery accounts for injuries and damages you may have suffered as a result of another driver’s negligence including: pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages, lost future earnings, and property damage. In some cases punitive damages may be sought as well.
Our motorcycle accident team at The Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno has the experience and dedication to see that you receive a settlement or verdict that fully compensates you for your injuries. Our experts will start with an investigation to gather necessary facts that strengthen and support your case. We will review accident reports, interview witnesses, and negotiate with insurance companies. You may be suffering from your motorcycle accident injuries, but you do not have to suffer alone.
At Bruno & Associates, we are committed to protecting the health and safety of our employees, clients and the public while still continuing to provide the best legal services possible to every single person who needs our help. For our clients and potential clients, we offer remote video conferencing appointments and we are experimenting with new and different ways to remain available to those who need us during this crisis.
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