Be Represented After Your Motorcycle Accident

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Although cruising around on a motorcycle can be quite the thrill, it comes with its risks.  Because of their size and lack of lighting, motorcycles are difficult to see on roadways.  Very often, motorcycle accidents are caused solely by a negligent driver’s inability to identify an oncoming motorcycle. Without a barrier between the motorcyclist and a negligent vehicle, there is not much to protect a motorcyclist from injury. Even with a helmet, motorcycle accidents are very often catastrophic or even deadly. In fact, Motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die in an accident than someone riding in an automobile.

If someone has been killed as a result of a motorcycle accident, their family members may be able to bring both survival action as well as wrongful death claims against the negligent parties. This can be a long and legally complicated process, making it necessary to hire an attorney to carry out your case.

If you do find yourself the victim of a motorcycle accident, ensure that you are legally represented to claim any expenses to cover your damages and injuries. Here at Schoenfeld Law Firm, we work diligently to not only obtain the results you deserve, but also to make sure that justice is served on your behalf. 

If you have been a victim, it is important to contact a trusted motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible. We are highly skilled at helping our clients through these complex claims. Regardless of your situation, the Schoenfeld Law Firm is always available to discuss your case and help you pursue the justice you are owed.

COMMITTED TO YOU

We are committed to you! If you or a loved one sustained serious or life-altering injuries due to a negligent driver, reach out to our motorcycle accident lawyers. Let us use our experience, knowledge, and skills to help you. Whether in the Lafayette, Acadiana, or New Orleans area, our attorneys are ready to help. Let us take the next steps of holding the dangerous drivers responsible by contacting us.

 
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