Dunn Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Dedicated To Winning Your Case
We can handle your accident claim or file a lawsuit on your behalf
Motorcyclists are often wrongly blamed for causing collisions involving other drivers. That’s because some drivers believe all motorcyclists are reckless thrill seekers who put everyone on the road at risk. Worst of all, some insurance companies agree with them. As a result, injured motorcyclists might have a hard time getting the money they rightfully deserve, even if they didn’t do anything wrong.
We can set the record straight. Our dedicated attorneys at our Dunn law firm have years of experience handling such complex cases throughout Harnett County. When you have Brent Adams & Associates on your side, you can take an aggressive approach after your motorcycle crash. In case after case, we consistently obtain sizable settlements and verdicts for injury victims. Case results matter here.
How did your accident happen?
Motorcycle accidents often occur because the at-fault driver behaved in a reckless or negligent manner. Common causes of motorcycle crashes caused by other drivers include:
- Reckless drivers who don’t share the road and claim they didn’t see a motorcyclist. Often, such drivers change lanes or turn at an intersection without looking and crash into a motorcyclist on East Cumberland Street or another busy road.
- Distracted drivers not paying attention behind the wheel, especially texting drivers, even though texting while driving is against the law in North Carolina.
- Speeding drivers who don’t have enough time or space to avoid crashing into a motorcyclist on I-95 or in downtown Dunn.
- Drivers under the influence of alcohol or other drugs North Ellis Avenue or another street.
- Tired drivers who fall asleep at the wheel at night in Dunn.
Is this how your motorcycle crash happened? Or are you dealing with a different situation? Whatever the circumstances of your crash, make sure you fully understand your rights and the legal options available to you. Talk to an experienced lawyer who knows Dunn and who can work with you to build the strongest possible legal case.
How much is my accident worth?
There’s no set dollar amount when it comes to motorcycle accident claims. Some might be worth a few thousand dollars. Others might be worth significantly more. The bottom line is you should be paid for all your accident-related expenses, now and in the future. That’s because North Carolina has a fault-based insurance system, meaning the at-fault party (the other driver, most often) is responsible for paying for your expenses, which often include:
- All past, present and future medical expenses, including emergency medical care, surgery, doctor’s appointments and physical therapy.
- Repairing or replacing your motorcycle.
- Replacement income while you’re recovering from your motorcycle injury.
- Lost future income if you cannot return to work due to a permanent disability.
- Pain and suffering in certain circumstances.
- Funeral expenses if a loved one died in a fatal motorcycle accident.
The stakes are high when it comes to many motorcycle accident claims. Insurance companies know this. That’s why they often do everything they can to reduce or deny your injury claim. When you have a dedicated attorney on your side, you can level the playing field. Your lawyer can investigate your crash, build a strong case and demand the money you rightfully deserve.
Get the law firm that’s serious about your crash. Contact us.
Experience matters when it comes to choosing the right law firm after your accident. That’s why many people choose us. We have decades of experienced with serious accidents in Harnett County and throughout North Carolina. As a result, we understand the laws that apply to such cases and know what strategies often work. You can count on us when it matters most.
Put your trust in the law firm that puts your needs first. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation at our Dunn law firm. We can investigate your motorcycle accident and work with you to build the strongest possible legal case.