Fresno Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Motorcycle accidents can cause especially severe injuries compared to other types of accidents because motorcyclists are not afforded the protection of a frame and chassis around them like they are in a car or truck. These severe injuries can lead to massive medical bills, so it’s vital to have experienced motorcycle accident attorneys like the lawyers at Nadrich & Cohen by your side if you want insurance companies to provide you with fair compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, damage to your motorcycle and more.
Insurance adjusters won’t respect you enough to give you fair compensation offers if you don’t have a lawyer, and they’re trained to manipulate you into accidentally admitting your own fault in an accident, even if you weren’t at fault! It’s dangerous for you to talk to the insurance companies after a motorcycle accident. You need a lawyer to talk to the insurance companies for you.
We have a database of the best doctors in Fresno and the Central Valley who can provide you with exceptional treatment for your injuries on a lien. This means you won’t be charged until your case is over.
We, too, will not charge you until your case is over, and we will not charge you a fee at all if we don’t obtain a recovery for you. That is our no fee promise. You will never owe us a penny out of pocket for our services.
Call us now at (559) 241-0411 for a free consultation if you or a loved one was injured or killed in a motorcycle accident in Fresno. You might be entitled to a financial recovery. You can also talk with a live chat specialist, fill out the case evaluation form on the right or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How We Can Obtain A Motorcycle Accident Recovery For You
We can obtain a recovery for you for your motorcycle accident injuries by proving that your motorcycle accident happened because of someone else’s negligence. It could be the negligence of another driver, or the negligence of a governmental entity regarding a dangerous road condition.
People in California are held responsible for any injuries which occur due to negligence by California Civil Code Section 1714 (a).
Juries in California are instructed that the definition of negligence is the failure to use reasonable care in the name of harm prevention. It says it is negligent to do what a reasonably careful person wouldn’t in the same situation. It says it is negligent to not do what a reasonably careful person would in the same situation. It says acting and failing to act can both be negligent.
Juries in California are instructed that, to establish a negligence claim, it must be proven that the defendant was negligent, the plaintiff was harmed and the negligence of the defendant substantially caused the harm.
Our vast experience as motorcycle accident lawyers means we’ve developed relationships with all of the best investigators and motorcycle accident reconstruction experts in Fresno and the San Joaquin Valley over the years. Our experience and their assistance are the reasons why insurance companies almost always settle with us out of court: because they know we’ll hold them accountable in court, so they settle to avoid legal fees.
What We Can Obtain Financial Compensation For
We can obtain compensation for multiple things in a motorcycle accident claim, including:
- Past and future medical bills
- Pain and suffering, both physical and mental
- Lost wages
- Loss of future earning potential
- Property damage, including damage to your motorcycle
- Wrongful death
- Loss of companionship
- Modifications to home or vehicle to accommodate a disability
California Motorcycle Laws
California’s motorcycle license requirements state that riders under the age of 21 must acquire an instruction permit and hold it for at least six months before obtaining a license. It states motorcycle applicants under 21 must complete a California Motorcyclist Safety Program (CMSP) training course before they receive an instruction permit. It also encourages applicants over 21 to enroll in the CMSP training course. It states that Class M1/M2 instruction permit holders may not carry passengers, drive on the freeway or drive at night.
The requirements state that all applicants must pass a vision exam and pass applicable knowledge and skills tests, including driver knowledge, motorcycle knowledge and motorcycle skills tests.
California Vehicle Code Section 27803 states that motorcycle riders and drivers must always wear helmets which meet U.S. Department of Transportation standards.
CVC 26706 states motorcycles must have right and left mirrors.
CVC 26801 states handlebars must not place hands six inches above the shoulder or more when sitting.
allowed for lane splitting in California in 2016. This allows motorcyclists to legally maneuver between lanes to pass vehicles.
Fresno Motorcycle Accident Lawsuits
We have obtained multiple six and seven figure motorcycle accident recoveries for clients since our firm was founded in 1990. Insurance companies fear and respect us because we’ve obtained over $350,000,000 on behalf of personal injury clients in that time.
We’ll always promptly return your emails and phone calls. We make sure our staff always has the time to dedicate the individual attention to your case that you deserve by limiting the workload of our staff and specializing in only personal injury plaintiff law. Many of our competitors are jack-of-all-trades lawyers who handle every case type under the sun, but we know the ins and outs of personal injury cases, including motorcycle accident cases, because we specialize in them.
Our only fee is a percentage of a recovery and we won’t charge this fee if we don’t obtain a recovery for you. We can get you to the best doctors who won’t charge you until your case is over. We can deal with the insurance companies while you focus on recovering from your injuries.
Call us now at (559) 241-0411 if you or a loved one was injured or killed in a motorcycle accident in Fresno. You might be eligible for financial compensation.