CAUSES OF MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS

MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYER

If you are a motorcyclist who has been injured due to someone else’s reckless driving, you probably did not walk away from the accident unscathed. Your friends and family may have asked you, what happened? The truth is, no matter how cautious motorcyclists are, they cannot predict or prepare for the sudden and reckless decisions made by other drivers on the road.

While bad weather and poor road conditions can lead to motorcycle accidents, some of the most common causes include:

  • Drivers who engage in distracting behaviors, such as texting while driving
  • Failing to signal
  • Speeding
  • Ignoring blind spots
  • Drivers who try to overtake motorcyclists

You should not have to shoulder the financial burden of your motorcycle accident if it was caused by someone else’s negligence. Make that individual accountable for their bad judgment by filing a claim with the assistance of a Baltimore County motorcycle attorney such as myself. You may be able to obtain compensation for all accident-related costs, such as medical bills, rehabilitative care, and income loss.

 

PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS! CONTACT ME, MARK A. EPSTEIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TODAY.

For more than 25 years, I, Mark A. Epstein, Attorney at Law, have appeared regularly in courts throughout Maryland, zealously protecting the rights of my clients.

When it comes to helping them get the justice they deserve, I am relentless and not afraid of standing up to anyone, including large insurance companies. I am ready to guide you through the entire claims-filing process and keep you informed about the progress of your case with high-caliber legal representation and affordable, 24/7 access services.

Have more questions? Please do not hesitate to request a free initial consultation as soon as possible. I would be happy to review the details of your case and begin creating a results-driven strategy that fits your needs.

With my help, your motorcycle accident can become a thing of the past.