Injured in a Motorcycle Accident? You Need a Lawyer Who Rides

There is nothing more liberating than riding on the Top of the World Highway with its foggy rolling hills or the thrill of riding through the pine-tree-lined Cascade Loop on a crisp morning; just you and your machine.

While riding on the open road can exhilarating, motorcyclists face many risks. Last year alone in the U.S., nearly 88,000 people were injured or killed while riding. The majority of these accidents were caused by other drivers failing to see motorcyclists, while others were caused by defective parts, reckless driving, or poor road conditions. If you were injured in a motorcycle crash, retaining a lawyer who understands the risks you face is vital to the success of your case.

Challenges of Filing a Motorcycle Accident Claim

Unfortunately, there is prejudice against motorcyclists. Some people view them as thrill seeking adrenaline junkies prone to speeding and reckless riding. This perception is false. Insurance companies often make unfair assessments and blame motorcyclists without justification. Working with an attorney familiar with motorcycle cases and the strategies insurance company lawyers use to escape responsibility can make the difference between winning and losing your case.

Lawyers Who Ride. Trial Attorneys with Results.

At McNabola & Associates, our leading motorcycle accident attorney in Chicago, Ted McNabola has been an avid rider for over 40 years.

In addition to his passion for riding, he is also an exceptional trial attorney. In fact, he wins 97% of the cases he accepts and has successfully represented many motorcyclists injured by negligent drivers.

McNabola & Associates is selective about the cases we accept because we focus our efforts to provide the best client experience possible. If you were injured in a motorcycle accident by a negligent driver, you need a lawyer who rides!

Call for a free consultation today. (312) 888-8700

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