Savannah Motorcycle Accidents
Legal Help for the Residents of Coastal Georgia
When a car collides with a motorcycle, the injuries that occur can be catastrophic. Unfortunately, motorcycle riders have a hard time getting appropriate compensation for injuries and other damages. Many times, authorities see bike riders as risk takers who should know that they might get hurt.
This unfair prejudice can keep you from getting the fair settlement you deserve unless you take legal action. An experienced motorcycle accident attorney in Savannah can help. At Brooks Law Office, Eugene “Gene” C. Brooks has 35 years of experience fighting for the rights of those injured in accidents. Our team can help you fight for appropriate compensation.
Some of the damages you may be able to recover include:
- Motorcycle repair or replacement
- Lost wages and lost earning capacity from injuries
- Past and future medical expenses
- Emotional distress, pain, and suffering
To seek fair compensation for your injuries, contact Brooks Law Office at (912) 348-5188.
A Strong Case is Essential in a Motorcycle Crash
Because of the typical bias against motorcyclists, it is especially vital to prepare a convincing case. Any witnesses or medical experts may play a role in building a complete picture of what happened and how you have suffered as a result.
Proving the extent of your damages is the first hurdle. Concrete costs like medical bills and bike repairs are easier to take to court, but the subjective losses such as pain and emotional distress are harder to predict. Knowing exactly how the accident has affected your life will help show the jury or insurance company what a fair award should be.
Secondly, we will work hard to show to what extent the other party was responsible for the accident. In some cases, the other driver will try to demonstrate that you were partly at fault. By thoroughly researching the situation, the skilled Savannah car accident attorney at Brooks Law Office will be able to give a clear picture of who is responsible for what happened.
For a free in-person consultation to discuss your case, contact us at (912) 348-5188 today.