Phoenix Motorcycle Stationary Object Collision Attorneys
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Not all motorcycle accidents involve other vehicles. In one year, forty-two percent of motorcycle crash deaths in the U.S. were suffered in single-vehicle accidents, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in a motorcycle crash with a stationary object that shouldn’t have been on the road, you deserve to have a dedicated legal team on your side. At The Husband & Wife Law Team, we have the skill, experience, and resources to fight for the compensation you need to cover your medical expenses. Contact our motorcycle accident lawyers to learn more by calling (602) 457-6222.
Types of Motorcycle Crashes with Stationary Objects
Any stationary object along the roadways can present a hazard to motorcycle riders. When objects are not clearly marked or placed in the road in a haphazard way, it can have disastrous consequences, especially for motorcycle riders. These types of hazards may include:
- Cones and roadway equipment
- Construction signs
- Telephone and light poles
- Disabled vehicles
Another common hazard is called dooring. This happens when the occupant of a vehicle parked on the side of the road opens their door without checking to see if anyone is coming. Like bicycle riders, motorcyclists can collide with vehicle doors when they are opened into the rider’s path, often with tragic results.
Get Maximum Compensation for Your Injuries
In an accident involving more than one vehicle, a negligent driver may be held accountable for injuries sustained by others. But what do you do if you were in accident that doesn’t involve another driver? When it comes to determining liability for a motorcycle crash with a stationary object, negligent parties may include whoever is responsible for the misplaced object, including state, county, or municipal government officials who are in charge of maintaining a safe roadway.
These agencies will enlist teams of attorneys to defend against a claim. That’s why you will want to find a personal injury attorney who has the resources and experience to take on a large organization. Our Phoenix personal injury lawyers will gather evidence, build a strong case, negotiate skillfully on your behalf, and fight for your rights in court if necessary.
Our personal injury attorneys will investigate the accident to determine who was responsible. Then we will calculate the damage and file claims against all negligent parties. Legal compensation may include the costs you incurred as a result of the accident, such as:
- Ambulance transport
- Doctor’s office visits
- Reduced earning potential
- Lost wages
Common Injuries in Motorcycle Collisions with Stationary Objects
According to the laws of physics, an object in motion tends to remain in motion. When a motorcycle collides with a stationary object, the rider can be thrown violently from the bike and suffer serious injuries, or even be fatally injured. The rider may also collide with and rebound off the fixed object struck by the bike.
These types of accidents can cause severe and catastrophic injuries, including:
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injury, spinal compression, and paralysis
- Loss of limb
- Nerve damage
- Road rash
- Fractured bones
- Facial fractures and disfigurement
- Wrongful death
We’re Here to Help
A traumatic motorcycle accident can seriously disrupt your life. You want to have someone on your side who knows how to take on the big insurance companies and win. The Husband & Wife Law Team was voted Best Injury Lawyers by Phoenix Magazine Readers’ Choice. Call (602) 457-6222 today for a FREE case consultation with no obligation.
- What to Do If You are a Motorcycle Rider and Collide with a Stationary Object
- Fixed Object Collisions: Who Is Liable?
- Collisions With Fixed Objects and Animals - Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
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