San Jose Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
Fighting Against The Bias The Motorcycle Riders Get
Frequently motorcycle accidents are viewed and treated differently from accidents involving cars or trucks. From the police officer at the scene to the jurors in the courtroom, there is a stereotype that paints motorcycle riders as reckless and even dangerous. It’s important that you hire an attorney who knows how to combat this stereotype. The Alexander Law Group, LLP has successfully represented motorcycle riders for years and we have a reputation for fighting against and overcoming the bias motorcycle riders get from insurance adjusters and juries.
What We Can Do For You After A Motorbike Accident
If you are struck by a car or truck while riding a motorcycle, the chance of you being seriously injured is tripled. You are 14 times more likely to be killed if you were riding a motorcycle than if you were driving a car and were in the same accident.
If you have suffered a serious injury, the motorcycle accident lawyers you select must provide the financial resources to fully prove your case. Cutting-edge proof takes money – quite often lot of it. Alexander Law Group, LLP bears all costs in preparing your case with the strongest proof of the real extent of your pain and suffering from a serious injury.
- We use state-of-the-art simulations and expert testimony by engineers to fully explain how crashes unfold and the forces that caused your injuries.
- We retain medical experts in physical medicine and rehabilitation, in conjunction with experts in computerized evaluations of functional capacity, to objectively show loss of range of motion and dexterity caused by the defendant.
- Survivors of closed head injuries have their resulting losses identified by a neurologist using special MRIs providing deep tensor imagery, in conjunction with a neuropsychologist providing detailed cognitive testing.
- Occupational and speech therapists instrumental in providing therapies for a full recovery are called to testify.
- For those who have permanent disabilities, our experts lay out year by year every expected medical expense which is then analyzed by a lifecare planner who calculates the cost of care.
- Where a job has been lost because of disability, a vocational rehabilitation specialist conducts an evaluation of jobs now open and the salary losses to be expected over a working life.
- Lastly, a forensic economist explains how an award for future care will generate interest and pay necessary bills, as required by the plan over your lifetime.
To Get Major Recovery Paid By An Insurance Company
- Do not attempt to file an insurance claim. You have two years from the date of the accident to take action.
- Do not reveal to your insurance company adjuster the injuries you have suffered. Otherwise, when your own insurance company claims adjuster talks to the wrongdoer’s insurance agent, the information you want to control will be given away. Respectfully postpone any such discussion until you have talked to us.
- Call us immediately before talking to any insurance company. There is no charge.
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Timing Is Everything. Act now to maximize results. To schedule a meeting with our San Jose attorney, please call or text us at 888-777-1776, email our office, or complete an intake form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. No Recovery – No Charge.
George Liu’s $4.5 Million Recovery
George Liu, age 24, a college senior, was driving his Kawasaki motorcycle en route to classes at San Jose State University. George was on a two-lane road that curved to the left and was following a Ford van. Both the van and the motorcycle were in the left lane. Ahead of George and the van, a Honda, driven by an 18-year-old, made an illegal U-turn from the far-right lane. The Honda cut off the van and crossed in front of it, forcing an emergency stop. George, driving behind the van, jammed on his brakes at the unexpected stop. His motorcycle stopped in time to avoid hitting the van, but George was thrown head-first over the handlebars into the rear door of the van. George hit the ground with the motorcycle on top of him. He could not feel his legs or the hot engine of his motorcycle that burned his leg. He had suffered a burst fracture of the L-1 vertebrae, cutting his spinal cord. George would never walk again. Read about the legal miracle we pulled for George and his family.