Good Riding Conditions Won’t Prevent Motorcycle Crashes

Motorcycles are great for both thrill seekers and everyday commuters. Fuel efficient and lighter than cars, they decrease your impact on both the environment and Georgia's roadways.

Just as our climate allows for year-round riding, so too is there a year-round risk for suffering a serious injury while motorcycling. If a motorcycle crash has caused you or a loved one to suffer, contact an attorney at once. At Gammon, McFall & Villarreal, our attorneys understand personal injury cases and how important it is for you to be fairly compensated.

Protect Yourself With Safety Gear; Protect Your Rights With An Attorney

No matter how skilled a rider you are, motorcycle accidents can still happen. Such accidents may involve high-impact collisions that lead to fatalities or catastrophic injuries.

Prevention of such injuries can start with wearing proper gear, including:

  • Leather jackets or long riding pants
  • Helmets to prevent head injuries
  • Protective neck collars or a brace
  • Reinforced knuckle or leather gloves

Even with the appropriate clothing and equipment, you can still get seriously hurt from a motorcycle wreck. Our skilled injury lawyers recognize this and are here to help you fight for your rights to compensation should it happen.

You Deserve Compensation; Let Us Help You Recover It

The pain caused by a serious injury can be both physical and emotional. Pain that won't simply go away just because you receive compensation. However, we know that you face medical expense or funerary costs, as well as lost wages for your time away from work and so much more. Compensation can help with these financial burdens, and we know you deserve it.

For this reason, we encourage you to reach out to us at 770-574-4925 or send us an email to schedule your free initial consultation as soon as possible. We offer flexible evening and weekend appointments at our Cedartown or Rome offices, as well as make home or hospital visits when needed. Get started on your claim today.