Injured in a Crash? Our Personal Injury Attorneys Can Help!
All motor vehicle accidents are dangerous, but motorcycle crashes are often much more damaging and life-threatening. Motorcyclists are not protected as much as other motorists and are therefore at a higher risk of sustaining serious injuries when struck. For this reason, other motorists should be especially careful of motorcycle riders when on the road. Any slipup, however minor, could be devastating. If you or someone you love was injured in a motorcycle accident caused by another person's error or carelessness, you may have a right to compensation.
Why Choose Us?
Our firm, Ahmad Law Firm, is passionate about fighting for the rights of the wrongfully injured. We are dedicated to our clients and we always prioritize their needs.
When you work with Ahmad Law Firm, you can expect:
- 24/7 availability for immediate help
- The support of a skilled trial attorney
- Advice from a former prosecutor
- Commitment to our clients
Call our firm at (847) 791-2294 to request a free consultation.
Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents can be caused by a variety of different things, but there are a few causes that are more common than others. Because of their small size, motorcycles often go unnoticed, and riders can be struck or swiped by other vehicles when negligent drivers do not see them. Also, road hazards can be far more dangerous for motorcyclists than other automobile drivers because bikes tend to be less stable and offer fewer protections.
The most common causes of motorcycle crashes include:
- Motorcycle and part defects
- Road hazards
- Head-on collisions
- Lane splitting accidents
- Left turn accidents
- Door collisions
Let Our Firm Help You
If you were injured in a motorcycle accident caused by another person's negligence you have a right to pursue justice and fight for compensation. Our firm can review the circumstances of your crash and help determine whether or not you have a personal injury case. If you are eligible for compensation, you may receive payment for past and future medical bills, loss of wages, and pain and suffering.