PERSONAL INJURY LAW: MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT
Injured in a Motorcycle Crash?
If you or a loved one has been in a motorcycle accident, we can help. We have more than 30 years of experience helping motorcycle accident victims in Alexandria, Fairfax County and throughout Northern Virginia. We will pursue all the compensation you need to move forward with your life.
How much compensation are you entitled to after a motorcycle crash? That is a critical question in all personal injury cases. You deserve compensation for medical bills and future medical care, lost wages and projected lost earnings, and other costs.
Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
While crash investigation often proves invaluable in motorcycle accident cases, we frequently find that the accident was caused by an inattentive driver who was not watching for motorcyclists.
While most drivers take great care to look out for cars, they often neglect to check blind spots for motorcycles. They change lanes and cause motorcycle riders to veer off the road, resulting in severe injuries or wrongful death. We hold negligent drivers accountable for their failure to watch for motorcycles.
Motorcycle Accidents Lead to Serious Injuries
Motorcycle riders are at a severe disadvantage when hit by cars or trucks. In many cases, all they have for protection from the impact is a helmet. Unfortunately, this means that motorcycle accidents are more likely to result in life-changing brain injuries, back and neck injuries, loss of limb or even wrongful death.
We work hard to get motorcycle accident victims the compensation necessary to cover the medical costs that come with such severe injuries. We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you are not required to pay anything unless we get results for you.
When you’re ready to call, we’re ready to help. Reach us at 703-836-9030, or contact us here.
Personal Injury Attorney
Gregory M. Wade
Gregory M. Wade was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Northern Virginia. Since 1977 Mr. Wade has been engaged in the private practice of law in Northern Virginia and has been an active leader in the Bar and in the community.