Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle Accident

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Newport Beach Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Motorcycle accidents can lead to devastating injuries, major medical expenses, and lifelong disabilities. If you or someone you care about has been injured and needs help, the team at Callahan & Blaine is standing by. Our Newport Beach motorcycle accident lawyers understand these cases and will work diligently to secure the compensation you need to get through this. Call Callahan & Blaine today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Let Callahan & Blaine Get To Work On Your Motorcycle Accident Case

The team of Newport Beach personal injury attorneys at Callahan & Blaine are dedicated to excellence. We treat our clients with respect and compassion because we know they are going through a difficult time.

  • Our motorcycle accident attorneys understand that personal injury cases can become incredibly complex, but we have the experience to move them forward.
  • We hire the most experienced and successful trial attorneys that are not afraid to take a case to trial in order to secure the compensation our clients need.
  • Our clients never have to worry about paying out-of-pocket for their case and will not see an attorney fee unless we are successful in securing the compensation they deserve.

How Can A Motorcycle Accident Attorney Help This Case?

Motorcycle accident cases can be complex for a person to deal with on their own, especially when they are recovering from injuries. In many cases, insurance carriers do not offer a fair settlement and are quick to place the blame for the crash on the motorcyclist.

Your attorney will be the one to gather all of the evidence necessary to prove that the other party was at fault for the crash. This will include gathering accident reports, eyewitness accounts, photographs from the scene, and more.

Using your medical records and other documents, your attorney will show that you suffered losses and will work to negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf.

Motorcycle Accidents Can Be Devastating For Victims

The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) says that there were nearly 900,000 motorcycles registered in the state during the latest reporting year. That is more than any other state. When we look at the latest year of data available from the OTS, we can see that there were:

  • 15,328 total motorcyclist injuries
  • 504 total motorcyclist fatalities

Motorcycle accidents are often devastating for riders and passengers. Even when wearing helmets, motorcycle riders are vulnerable to injuries when they are struck by another vehicle. It is not uncommon for us to see the following injuries as a result of a motorcycle versus passenger vehicle crash:

These injuries require immediate medical attention. Many of them will result in a victim needing significant medical intervention and rehabilitation.

Damages for Newport Beach Motorcycle Accident Victims

If you or someone you care about has been injured in a motorcycle crash that was caused by another person, seek legal assistance today. The team of motorcycle accident attorneys in Newport Beach will not hesitate to stand up for you. Our goal is to secure the compensation you truly need, including:

  • Coverage of your medical bills related to the crash
  • Compensation for lost income if you cannot work
  • Mental anguish damages
  • Loss of enjoyment of life damages
  • Possible punitive damages against the negligent party

Free Consultation With A Newport Beach Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

When you need a Newport Beach motorcycle accident attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation by clicking here or call us at 888-284-0809.

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