St. Louis Personal Injury Attorneys
Serving St. Louis, Missouri and Illinois
Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injury like brain injury or spinal cord injury because, unlike cars, motorcycles do not provide seatbelts, airbags, or barriers protecting from outside forces. A motorcycle rider is left open to injury both during the motorcycle accident and after the collision.
One of the reasons motorcycle accidents occur is because motorcycles are much smaller than other vehicles, making them harder to be seen on the road. This is also the reason motorcycles result in such serious injuries.
If you are involved in a motorcycle accident, it is important that you contact a motorcycle accident attorney. A motorcycle accident attorney such as the ones at the firm of St. Louis motorcycle attorneys of Brown & Brown will be able to demonstrate that your motorcycle accident was caused by the negligence of the other driver.
Also, since motorcycle accidents usually involve extensive medical record research as well as investigation into all circumstances around the motorcycle accident, the motorcycle accident claim can be made incredibly difficult to handle without the assistance of a Brown & Brown motorcycle accident lawyer.
Our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers at Brown & Brown will work hard to recover all the compensation you deserve. We have years of experience investigating motorcycle accidents, dealing with witnesses, and working with insurance companies.
After a motorcycle accident, you may be forced to suffer many different losses, as well as replace or repair your motorcycle or motorcycle equipment. We will help you recover compensation for all your losses, including:
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, you deserve to recover the compensation for your losses. Contact the St. Louis motorcycle attorneys of Brown & Brown, Attorneys at Law, to schedule your initial consultation.
If you are seriously injured anywhere in Missouri just dial 3’s: (314) 333-3333 or (573) 333-3333. In Illinois, just dial 8’s: (618) 888-8888.