Rockport Driver Negligence
The statistics regarding motorcycle accidents caused by a negligent driver are astonishing. The likelihood that a motorcycle rider will be injured in an accident caused by a car accident or other road traffic incident, is overwhelming. It is reported that more than 75% of motorcycle accidents involve a passenger vehicle, as a result of automobile drivers who fail to see riders due to being lost in blind spots or simply overseen, motorcycle crash when trying to avoid a collision with motor vehicle operators who are driving unsafely. In either case, proving negligence on behalf of another party can be very difficult. The attorneys at Carabin and Shaw can help you protect your rights and get you the compensation you deserve.
Most motorcycle riders wear little or no protection making them more vulnerable to serious injuries. Common injuries include bone and joint breaks, road rash and other forms of soft tissue damage, concussions, brain damage, and death. As these injuries are most often severe in nature, compensation becomes essential in providing victims with the necessary medical treatment they need.
At Carabin and Shaw we understand that nothing is more unfortunate than when victims of motorcycle accidents receive unfair compensation. We are prepared to handle any case involving motorcycle accidents and can competently deal with any of the allegations and disputes that frequently arise. At Carabin and Shaw we have over 22 years of experience with motorcycle accidents caused by negligent drivers and we will never pressure you into accepting unfair settlements. Our goal is to provide you with the best compensation possible. Call us today and learn about the ways in which we can help.Free consultation ▪ Se Habla Español ▪ Contact us day or night: 361.790.7788
If you or a loved one sustained injuries due to a negligent driver we will fight for fair compensation to help you rebuild and recover from your injuries. Contact Carabin & Shaw today via email, or by phone at 361.790.7788 day or night.