Motorcycle Accidents FAQ

Why is it so difficult for a motorcyclist to get fair treatment from an insurance company?

Insurance companies have a history of blaming motorcyclists for accidents. Much of the reason for this is that severe injuries and death often occur as a result of these accidents and the insurance carriers frequently refuse to accept responsibility when they should.

Who is usually at fault in a motorcycle accident?

While many people rush to blame the motorcyclist, the vast majority of the time other motorists on the road are responsible for the accident. Statistically, 80% of motorcycle accidents occur when an automobile turns in front of a motorcyclist at an intersection.

What should I do if I’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident?

Since these cases are historically difficult to prosecute, you need a law firm that is dedicated to protecting your rights like Tichenor & Dziuba LLP.

Why are motorcycle accidents so dangerous and deadly?

While significant advances have occurred in motorcycle helmet safety, motorcycle accidents are still extremely dangerous and deadly because the motorcyclist is not well protected from the collision.

How often do motorcycle accidents result in injury or death?

80 percent of the time, motorcycle accidents result in injury or death.

If you’ve been in a motorcycle accident and need legal representation, contact us. At Tichenor & Dziuba LLP, we have a proven track record in these types of difficult cases and will protect your rights.