Why Motorcycle Accidents Happen
Our attorneys explain common causes
Motorcycle accidents happen for a reason. In many cases, another driver behaved in a reckless or negligent manner. That's why the word "accident" often doesn't accurately reflect what really happened.
So why do motorcycle accidents happen? What's are some of the real reasons why? Our experienced Philadelphia motorcycle accident lawyers at Villari, Brandes & Giannone, P.C. have compiled a list of common causes.
This list is based on our years of experience handling serious motorcycle accidents in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We know why accidents happen because we regularly work with injury victims and their families.
Many drivers who cause motorcycle accidents say they "didn't see" the motorcyclist. But that's not a reason why. That's an excuse. When a driver causes an accident, the driver needs to be held accountable for his or her actions. And that's exactly what we do.
Other common causes of motorcycle accidents we regularly deal with include:
- Distracted drivers
- Drivers changing lanes without looking
- Aggressive drivers
- Drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Tired drivers
No matter what the cause of your motorcycle accident, we can help you every step of the way.
What you can do
It's one thing to know the cause of a motorcycle accident. It's something else altogether to prove why the accident happened and get fair compensation from an insurance company. You need facts. You need evidence. That's why you need us on your side, fighting for your rights.
Our experienced legal team knows how to uncover the facts you need to prove how the other driver caused your motorcycle accident. We know how to analyze accident reports. We know what questions to ask, what evidence to look for. We consult with experts. We leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice.
Find out how our law firm can help you. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation today. And if you decide to hire us, you only have to pay us if we obtain a financial settlement or verdict for you. If we don't win, you owe us nothing.