How Emanuel Law Group Fights for Motorcycle Accident Victims
The Bay Area motorcycle accident lawyers are aware that as a simple matter of physics, any collision involving a motorcycle and a motor vehicle of any kind will result in far more serious consequences to the biker than it will to the automobile or SUV driver. Even at low speeds, motorcycle accidents can result in a serious head injury, painful and disfiguring abrasions, or multiple fractures to the motorcyclist, while the driver of the heavier vehicle might emerge from the collision completely unhurt.
Contact San Mateo County motorcycle accident attorney Todd Emanuel for effective representation if you’ve been injured in a collision with another vehicle. We work with skilled investigators, your treating physicians, and other medical experts to analyze the circumstances of the accident and the extent of your injuries. Our thorough preparation and relentless negotiation techniques allow us to make the most persuasive case possible to either an insurance adjustor or a court, as the case may be.
At the EMANUEL LAW GROUP, our Bay Area motorcycle accident attorneys also know how to deal with the most common motorcycle accident defenses such as contributory negligence, comparative negligence, and assumption of risk – because California is a comparative fault state for determining both liability and damages in any motor vehicle case, we’ve been dealing with and overcoming these arguments for years.
Some lawyers prefer not to represent injured motorcyclists because of negative popular images of bikers and their fear of juries. Experienced Bay Area motorcycle injury accident attorney Todd Emanuel has the trial experience and confidence to accept these cases on a contingent fee basis.
For additional information and a free consultation, contact the Emanuel Law Group at our San Mateo County office, or in one of our other locations throughout the Bay Area. We want to hear from you.
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