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Failure to See Motorcycles, Failure to Yield

Motorcycles are an exhilarating and economical form of transportation, but they are also dangerous. All too often, other drivers fail to watch for motorcyclists on the road or yield the right of way. Worse, many insurance companies assume motorcyclists are to blame without thoroughly investigating the facts.

At Gray, Ritter & Graham in St. Louis, our accident attorneys understand the importance of looking at all the facts to determine how a motorcycle accident happened and who is accountable. For more than 70 years, we have worked with medical experts, witnesses and accident reconstruction experts to build the strongest cases possible for clients throughout Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and the surrounding areas.

Help After Serious Injuries

Motorcycle accidents are unique from other auto collisions because of the stigma attached, and also because they frequently cause serious or fatal injuries. From road rash to traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and death, motorcycle accident injuries can forever change lives. The amount of medical care you need after an accident can be substantial. You may need to seek compensation for multiple surgeries and lifelong medical expenses as well as the emotional pain and suffering you have experienced.Our attorneys can discuss your options for recovering compensation that covers your medical injuries and other losses. We will review your case free of charge. In fact, you will not owe us attorney fees until and unless we recover compensation for you.

At Gray, Ritter & Graham in St. Louis, our personal injury attorneys know the dangers you face while riding a motorcycle and how important it is to establish how and why an accident happened.

  • Failure to see or yield to a motorcyclist are common causes of motorcycle accidents. Car and truck drivers are focused on where they are going, and they tend to notice other cars and trucks — not motorcycles, bicycles and pedestrians.
  • Motorcycle accident injuries are frequently serious, even life-changing or fatal. Multiple fractures are common. The biker can suffer a serious head injury, even when wearing a helmet. Resulting road rash, spinal cord injuries and other serious injuries require extensive medical care.
  • Accident reconstruction and witness interviews can help determine exactly what happened in a motorcycle accident.

Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Protecting Your Personal Injury Rights

If you have suffered a significant loss, let us explore your legal options during this difficult time. The moment you choose to work with GRG, we will begin securing evidence that protects your rights. Contact us for a consultation.

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