Drivers of passenger vehicles are advised to watch out for motorcyclists on the road while checking blind spots and giving riders plenty of room on the freeway. Motorcyclists are extremely vulnerable to automobiles and trucks on the road; they carry a high risk of devastating injuries and possible death. Wearing a helmet is optional for individuals older than twenty-one in Missouri, however, they prevent about 37% and 41% of crash deaths among riders and passengers. Wearing a helmet also makes a difference for motorcyclists when bringing a claim to court after an accident. The St Louis motorcycle crash lawyers at Burger Law are experts in the rights and laws that protect riders and we have had multiple successes in recovering for people who have fallen victim to motorcycle accidents in St Louis. If you’d like to discuss your case, contact Burger Law for a free evaluation.
For those who have been injured in a St Louis motorcycle crash, there are unique rules that apply to you. Driver’s have an obligation to look our for motorcycles while driving when motorcycle crashes take place it is rarely the fault of the motorcyclist. Distracted driving, driving under the influence, not checking your blind spots, changing lanes without signaling, and speeding can all cause tragic accidents. You must ensure that if you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident that the driver that violated the law and injured you fully compensates you for your damages. Gary Burger and his associates are prepared to investigate and resolutely fight in order to make sure you receive fair compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering.
The St Louis motorcycle crash lawyers at Burger Law offer legal services throughout the Greater Missouri and Illinois region. If you’d like to learn more about motorcycle accident laws, what to do after a motorcycle crash, or anything in between contact the Burger Law firm today. We look forward to providing you with the highest quality of advice, support, and litigation.