Glendale Motorcycle Accident Attorney
If you or somebody you care about has sustained an injury in a motorcycle crash caused by the actions of another driver, do you know where to turn to make sure that you recover full compensation for your losses? At Gerber Injury Law, we have decades of experience handling complex injury claims, and we know what it takes to investigate your case so we can recover total compensation for injured motorcyclists. We are not afraid to stand up to aggressive insurance carriers to make sure our clients are properly cared for.
Why Choose Gerber Injury Law for Your Motorcycle Accident Claim?
- At Gerber Injury Law, we have recovered more than $100 million in settlements and jury verdicts since 2001. Our most recent victories showcase our success through aggressive litigation.
- We focus exclusively on personal injury law, which gives us an edge over other law firms with broader scopes.
- We handle Glendale motorcycle accident claims on a contingency fee basis, which means that clients will not have to pay any legal fees until after we successfully recover the compensation they need.
How Will a Glendale Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Help?
Motorcyclists regularly need assistance when it comes to standing up to aggressive insurance carriers and at-fault parties. All too often, the needs of an injured motorcyclist are disregarded, typically because other individuals see these vehicles as inherently dangerous. People are very quick to put the blame for a crash on a motorcyclist, regardless of who actually caused the incident.
A skilled motorcycle accident lawyer in Glendale can conduct a complete investigation into the incident, gather the evidence needed to prove liability, and stand up to aggressive insurance carriers to recover maximum compensation. In the event an insurance carrier refuses to offer a fair settlement, or if they deny a claim altogether, an attorney will fully prepare the claim for trial.
Why Are Motorcyclists More Likely to Sustain Severe Injuries?
When we examine data from the Arizona Department of Transportation, we can see that there were 2,373 total motorcycles involved in crashes across the state during the latest reporting year. Out of these incidents, we know that there were 160 fatalities and 1,921 motorcyclists injured.
The unfortunate reality is that motorcyclists are much more vulnerable on the roadway than others, especially those inside vehicles with metal frames, airbags, and seatbelts. When a motorcyclist is involved in a collision, it is not uncommon for two injury-causing impacts to occur: one crash with a vehicle and another impact with the ground. This usually means that motorcyclists sustain severe injuries, including spinal cord trauma, traumatic brain injuries, severe road rash, lacerations, broken and dislocated bones, scarring and disfigurement, and more.
Contact a Glendale Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Today
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident caused by the negligence of another driver in the Glendale area, you can count on the team at Gerber Injury Law to help you every step of the way. We have the resources necessary to fully investigate these claims so we can help you recover maximum compensation for your losses. This includes coverage of your medical bills, property damage expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering damages.
When you need a Glendale motorcycle accident attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling us at (602) 900-9286.
“Thank you, Ken, for the great work you did on my personal injury case! … You’re a real pro and I was proud to have you representing me!”- Meadlowlark Lemon • Harlem Globetrotter - Sun City, AZ
“Mr. Gerber and his staff were very helpful after my accident, taking all the stress and worries off my hands and really doing a great job!”- V.C. - El Mirage, AZ
“Words don’t begin to express my appreciation for the excellent way Gerber Injury Law handled my injury case.”- A.R. - Sun City, AZ
“Due to Ken Gerber’s efficient and effective legal representation, a settlement was reached within 6 weeks.”- J.G.