Injured? You’re Not Alone. A Rocky Mount Motorcycle Accident Attorney Can Help.*
Rocky Mount, NC
Toll Free: 1-866-900-7078
*By Appointment Only
In recent years, residents of Rocky Mount, NC have seen both the good and the bad that can accompany a love of motorcycles.
On the good side is a heartwarming story from 2020 of Rocky Mount biker Lewis Clark, known as “The Godfather.” Doctors told Clark that he had kidney failure and had just days to live. The Street Soldiers, a Rocky Mount motorcycle club, made Clark an honorary member of the club and helped him forget his medical troubles for a bit. In fact, the club’s visit lifted Clark’s spirits so much that he started growing stronger and even stopped using his walker, shattering doctors’ expectations.
On the other end of the spectrum is the inescapable truth that riding a motorcycle in Rocky Mount is more dangerous than driving a car. For example, a 2021 wreck on East Raleigh Boulevard claimed one rider’s life and led to charges against the negligent car driver. The driver of the vehicle turned left into the path of the oncoming motorcyclist in a completely avoidable tragedy.
Should I Hire an Attorney?
If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle crash in Rocky Mount through no fault of your own, hiring a lawyer may be a good idea. Having an attorney lifts an immense burden off of you while you recover.
For example, an attorney can:
- Seek everything you are entitled to under the law
- Fight back against the notion that motorcyclists are risky riders
- Gather evidence to try and establish that the other driver is at-fault
- Communicate with the insurance adjuster so you don’t have to
- Remind you of critical deadlines
- Walk you through complicated laws
- Gather key records and reports
- Interview any witnesses
- Vigorously defend against any accusation that you were partially to blame for the accident
- Hire outside professionals as necessary, including doctors and scene reconstruction experts
And much more.
What Compensation Am I Entitled to?
You are potentially entitled to compensation for your harms and losses. This compensation may include:
Economic damages, such as:
- Medical bills
- Property damage
- Missed time from work
- Lost business opportunities
- Rehabilitation costs
Non-economic damages, such as:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of intimacy
- Emotional trauma
- Inability to enjoy life
- Punitive damages to punish the wrongdoer
Wrongful death damages, such as:
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Loss of support and future income
- Loss of benefits, including health insurance
- Loss of retirement income
- Loss of protection and guidance
The quest for compensation you may deserve begins with a free case evaluation.
Frequently Asked Questions for Rocky Mount Motorcyclists
Do I Have to Wear a Helmet While Riding My Motorcycle?
Yes, both drivers and passengers must wear a DOT-approved helmet.
Is Lane Splitting Legal?
There is no prohibition against lane splitting specifically, but lane splitting can result in a citation if it’s part of general reckless driving behavior.
What Are the Most Common Injuries in Motorcycle Accidents?
Some of the most common injuries are road rash, arm and leg injuries, and the most severe of all, head injuries.
What Should I Do After I’m in a Wreck?
Seek medical attention immediately and, if possible, collect evidence from the scene including photos and witness contact information.
Should I Use My Own Insurance After a Wreck?
Yes, you should seek medical care and treatment immediately, both for the sake of your health and to establish a record of treatment.
Can I Get Compensation if I Was Also at Fault in the Wreck?
If you contributed to the accident, you may be barred from compensation, but let a motorcycle accident lawyer in Rocky Mount determine for you whether you were actually at fault.
What Is the Most Common Cause of Collisions Between Passenger Vehicles and Motorcycles?
Because cars turn left into the route of oncoming motorcyclists so often, police officers have coined an acronym for the occurrence, “LBFS” (looked but failed to see).
Should I Talk to the Insurance Adjuster?
The insurance adjuster is not looking out for your best interests, so speak with an attorney who does have your interests in mind before speaking with the adjuster.
Can I Seek Justice on Behalf of a Family Member Who Was Killed by a Negligent Driver?
Yes, but since the law imposes a time limit on your suit, please speak with a Rocky Mount motorcycle accident attorney as soon as you are comfortable doing so.
Can I Afford an Attorney?
Yes, because we don’t charge any upfront costs and because we only get an attorney’s fee if we recover compensation for you.2
Our Rocky Mount Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Are on Your Side
And that should make the insurance companies very nervous. We try to fight with maximum effectiveness and seek to recover maximum compensation for you. Since 1997, we’ve won over $1.4 billion in total client compensation for more than 55,000 clients.1 We know what we’re doing and we want to do it for you.
No waiting around. No nonsense. Put powerful representation in your corner today and tell them you mean business. And do it with no up-front costs and no retainer fee. Remember:
We only get an attorney’s fee if we recover compensation for you.2
That’s the same arrangement that Alex had as we fought for him after he got hit on his motorcycle. And he was extremely pleased with our representation. You might think that Alex was an “insider” because he was a police officer who would know just what to do and how to seek compensation after his accident. In reality, read our booklet “Insiders Know” to learn the truth about dealing with insurance adjusters on your own.
Mounting medical expenses, pain and suffering, and extensive therapy are just a handful of the potential losses that you may be facing after serious injuries in a motorcycle wreck. Let us give you the personal attention you deserve and put our experience and resources to work for you. Call to claim your free case evaluation right now: 1-866-900-7078. You can also chat with a live agent at any time, or schedule an in-person appointment at our Rocky Mount office.Text Us
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