Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents often occur because car or truck drivers fail to pay attention to what is happening on the road around them. Whether it's because they're talking on a cell phone, changing the radio station or failing to check rear view mirrors before changing lanes, negligent motorists often fail to see motorcyclists until it's too late. As a result, it's not uncommon for them to blame a motorcycle rider for "coming out of nowhere" and causing an accident. At the law office of Bordas & Bordas, our attorneys work with experienced accident investigators to expose negligence on the part of motorists that hit motorcyclists. We measure skid marks, interview eyewitnesses, consult a car's GPS data and analyze damage to the vehicles involved in order to assign fault to negligent car and truck drivers

If you have been seriously injured on a motorcycle due to the negligence of a car or truck driver, contact motorcycle accident attorneys at Bordas & Bordas today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.

Serious Head, Neck and Back Injuries Sustained in Motorcycle Accidents

The law office of Bordas & Bordas recovers financial compensation for motorcyclists suffering from the following injuries sustained in accidents caused by other motorists:

  • Head trauma
  • Brain damage
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Paraplegia/quadriplegia
  • Road burn
  • Amputations
  • Disfigurement

Determining Economic Damages in Motorcycle Accidents

The cost of an injury in a motorcycle accident can be substantial when emergency care, physical therapy and reconstructive surgery are needed. Recovery could also involve short- or long-term disability, leading to lost wages and lost earnings. At Bordas & Bordas, our attorneys consult experienced medical economists and life planners who work to determine and thoroughly document the financial impact of an injury on our clients' lives and families.

Contact Motorcycle Accident Lawyers at Bordas & Bordas

Collecting evidence and taking eyewitness testimony is essential in motorcycle accidents. While a police report may indicate that a car or truck driver was at fault, there is no guarantee that a police report will contain all relevant information. As your legal representatives, we're prepared to investigate what happened to ensure the jury understands who was at fault and who must be held accountable.

To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact motorcycle accident attorneys at Bordas & Bordas today.


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