Were you injured in a motorcycle accident? If so, you deserve a zealous advocate. Call attorney Moses Yneges at The Accident Injury Law Center to speak to an experienced Orange County personal injury lawyer.
Despite the motorcycle’s popularity and prevalence on our roadways, the two-wheeled vehicles are too often marginalized, mistreated, or downright forgotten by other drivers. These actions can lead to significant injury to motorcycle riders who may lack the luxury of various safety features.
Mr. Yneges at The Accident Injury Law Center understands the biases motorcyclists face when seeking legal action against another driver. Motorcycles are still considered by many to be “dangerous” or “unruly,” and thus motorcyclists are often thought of as being at least partially responsible for their own injuries. Mr. Yneges knows how to distill the facts to gain an accurate account of the responsible party’s actions so they can be accurately depicted both inside and outside the courtroom.
How Negligence Causes Motorcycle Accidents
As a motorist, you are always required to remain vigilant on the road. Too often, however, drivers forget to look out for other travelers. This can cause the driver to miss pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists.
When a driver doesn’t see, forgets, or intentionally disregards an individual or vehicle, an accident can occur. Here are the most common actions taken by drivers that lead to most motorcycle accidents.
Motorcycle accidents often occur due to the following motorist actions:
Going too fast
Following too closely (Tailgating)
Not signaling a turn or lane change
Disobeying traffic signs and lights
Distracted driving (On the phone, texting, etc.)
Do you believe any of these factors contributed to your motorcycle accident? If so, speak with a proven Orange County personal injury lawyer. Mr. Yneges at TAILC can help you as a motorcycle victim. You can rest assured that the circumstances of your claim will be zealously represented and that any deflection of fault will be swiftly and thoroughly countered.