All Lawyers are NOT created Equally. If you or a loved one has been involved in a motorcycle accident, hiring the right personal injury lawyer is almost as important as seeking medical attention from right doctor. Think of it, you don’t see a dentist of you have a broken leg because a dentist doesn’t have the skills required to treat that kind of injury, and the same thing applies when seeking legal representation after you have been hit on your motorcycle.
While all lawyers study and learn the same things while in college, after they graduate they begin specializing in different area of the law, and build their knowledge and experience within that area of litigation. There are many unique aspects of the law that surround personal injury cases that involve motorcycle accidents. An experienced motorcycle accident attorney not only knows the law as it pertains to personal injury, but he also understand the dynamics of motorcycle accidents and how their victims sustained injuries occur when hit by another vehicle.
While it is important that you seek legal representation as soon as possible after being involved in a motorcycle accident, it is even more important that the attorney you hire is experienced in motorcycle accident cases and filing insurance injury claims. No two motorcycle accidents are the same and this is another reason who your should only hire a motorcycle accident attorney who not only knows the law, but also has an outstanding reputation and track record and vast experience in winning settlement for his clients.
Russ Brown Motorcycle Accident Lawyers have been fighting for injured motorcyclists for over thirty years. We know motorcycle accidents because we are avid motorcyclists. Hiring the right motorcycle accident lawyer can be the difference between a favorably and positive result and a not-so-great outcome.
Call Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys® for an aggressive, experienced motorcycle accident attorney.
Regardless of whether you ride in Los Angeles, California or Syracuse, New York, or whether you ride in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or Miami, Florida, Phoenix, Arizona or Atlanta, Georgia – we have got you covered!