Motorcycle Accident | Practice Areas | Parris Lawyers
FREE CONSULTATION (661) 485-2072 Se Habla Español

Motorcycle Accident lawyers

Motorcycle Accident LAWSUITS

Motorcycle accidents tend to be deadlier and more destructive than car accidents, and are oftentimes caused by other auto drivers who are not paying attention or properly sharing the road. Contact PARRIS motorcycle lawyers for award-winning representation that you pay no fees for until you win your case.

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS

Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents tend to be deadlier and more destructive than car accidents, with little protecting you from hitting the ground. Even though studies have shown that it is most likely the driver of the car or truck that causes motorcycle accidents, injured motorcyclists can undeservedly face extra challenges in courtrooms, as they can be stereotyped as being more reckless.

You can combat these challenges by hiring experienced trial lawyers who get results. PARRIS attorneys are here for you and have the financial resources and expertise to thoroughly investigate your case, fight the insurance company, assist you in obtaining medical care, provide award-winning representation in court, and communicate with you every step of the way.

RIGHTS OF MOTORCYCLE DRIVERS – CALIFORNIA LAW

Under California law, a motorcycle is treated the same as if it were any other automobile, and the same procedures apply to motorcycle accident cases as they are applied in car accident cases. Therefore, you have an equal right to file a lawsuit and recover compensation for personal injury or wrongful death as any other person who has been injured or had a loved one killed as a result of an automobile accident.

Lane splitting is legal under California law, which means that motorcycles can pass other vehicles that are driving in the same direction within the same lane. Therefore, drivers of cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles have to use a reasonable standard of care in keeping an eye out for motorcycles, controlling their vehicle speed, and controlling the movement of their vehicles within the lane. If they do not, they can be held liable for their negligence.

Get Results

You’ll be surprised by the difference a call can make

You cannot copy content of this page, it is copyright-protected.
Scroll to Top

LET’S GET STARTED ON YOUR CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION

Skip to content