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Augusta Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Injuries from motorcycle crashes are among the very worst: spinal cord injuries, brain damage, amputations, broken bones, burns and serious skin abrasions. Fatalities are very common.

It's bad enough to be physically injured, but now you must deal with medical bills, unpaid time away from the job and intense pain and suffering.

Fighting Columbia County Motorcycle Injury Attorneys

If you have been injured while cycling, or you have lost someone you love in a motorcycle accident, we urge you to contact Wall Ellison LLC to tell us your story. We may be able to obtain compensation for your injuries, your lost loved one and your financial losses.

The lawyers at Wall Ellison will fight for fair compensation for your injuries. We meticulously reconstruct accidents, interview witnesses, and work with health care professionals to understand the extent of your injuries and your prospects for long-term recovery.

Typically, we obtain a settlement quickly, either through negotiation or mediation. When necessary, we go to trial to obtain justice for you. At trial, our research and evidence gathering pays off, because we are able to describe with specificity what happened on the road, and whose fault the accident was.

Financial Compensation for Motorcyclist Death

Money is only money, and will never replace the person you loved, or for permanent physical injuries. But getting the negligent party to pay has been described by many as an important moment in their recovery.

Augusta Motorcycle Accidents Attorneys

Georgia Motorcycle Accident Claims Attorneys

For the millions who ride motorcycles in the United States, most enjoy the life on the open road that a motorcycle has to offer. Despite their right to be on the road, many drivers blame motorcyclists for the bike crashes that occur every year. The unfortunate fact is that many motorcycle accidents occur because of inattentive drivers who fail to see a motorcyclist before too late. At the Augusta, Georgia law office of Wall Ellison, we represent people injured or killed in motorcycle accidents in Georgia.

In 2005 alone, a study conducted by the National Highway Transportation Administration (NHTSA) reported that there were 4,533 motorcycle fatalities and 87,000 motorcycle injuries on U.S. roadways which represents a 14 percent increase over the statistics reported in 2004. Wall Ellison represents people and the family of people injured or killed in serious motorcycle accidents. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney who will help you get the compensation that you deserve.

Motorcycle Accidents Caused by Negligent Drivers

Unfortunately many drivers fail to see motorcycles on the road and cause most motorcycle accidents. While motorcycles are more difficult to see than other motor vehicles, many of these accidents are the result of inattentive drivers. Aggressive and careless drivers put motorcycle riders at a higher risk of suffering from a serious bodily and head injury on Georgia roads. According to a 2005 study conducted by the NHTSA, motorcyclists are 34 times more likely to be killed and eight times more likely to be injured per vehicle mile than a driver of a car or truck.

When you are a family member becomes the victim of a serious motorcycle wreck, our firm will help you fight to get the compensation that you need to cope. Since 1978, our firm has helped people in seeking to obtain financial damages to cover their:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Out-of-pocket expenses

Do not let careless drivers get away with causing your motorcycle collision. You should first speak to one of our lawyers about your options. To find out more about your case, contact Wall Ellison in Augusta for a free initial consultation.

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We urge you to place a call to the Augusta motorcycle accident attorneys at Wall Ellison LLC at 706-303-1923, or e-mail us using this form.

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