Bicycle & Motorcycle Accidents

Bicycle & Motorcycle Accidents

Bicycle and motorcycle accidents often involve catastrophic injuries, such as a head or spinal cord injury because the driver is exposed and does not have the frame of a vehicle to help absorb the impact like in an automobile collision. According to the National Highway Transportation Board, motorcycle riders are several times more likely than automobile drivers to suffer a catastrophic injury, permanent disability, or death in the event of a collision with another vehicle. This is why it is critically important for the injured bicyclists and motorcyclists to seek representation from the beginning; he or she will need an advocate throughout the difficult recovery to help obtain the compensation deserved and to fight the case with the client's best interests in mind.

Whether the injuries are relatively minor to severely complex, it is important for the injured party to continue visiting the right medical providers for the full course of the recommended treatment. Scott Pryor can assist clients in getting established and scheduled with excellent doctors for their treatment and can also help them in seeking compensation for ongoing issues or impairment that, unfortunately, may last a lifetime. Insurance companies may try to rush their customers towards settlement before the bills accrue, but it is vital for patients to completely understand the extent of their injuries and lost wages before settling for less than they need and deserve.

Call Scott Pryor Law today for a free consultation if you or someone you know has been injured in a bicycle or motorcycle automobile accident as the result of another person’s negligence. Scott and his team will provide expert advice, handle the details, and fight for you so that you can focus on your healing and recovery at this time. The goal of Scott Pryor Law is to help the "whole" client heal, taking into account each client's unique set of circumstances. You will not pay anything up front as Scott handles cases on a contingency fee basis.

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