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Bakersfield Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Bakersfield motorcycle accident lawyer Timothy M Osborn has a proven track record of obtaining justice for the Injured. Motorcycle accidents often involve fatal and/or catastrophic injuries because, by their very nature, motorcycles are far less crashworthy than closed vehicles. In addition, motorcycles are less visible to automobile drivers and pedestrians and motorcycle operators are more vulnerable to road and weather conditions than drivers and passengers in closed vehicles.
Common causes of motorcycle accidents are speeding, DUI/driving under the influence, inattention, lack of visibility to automobile operators, unsafe passing, following to closely, unsafe turns, failure to yield, unsafe lane changes, driver fatigue and driver negligence.
For those injured in a motorcycle accident as a result of another driver’s negligence, a personal injury lawsuit is likely the only means by which compensation may be obtained. Depending on the circumstances, compensation may be available for certain types of economic loss, including past and future medical expenses, past and future lost earnings, lost earning capacity and loss of ability to provide household services. In addition, compensation may be available for certain types of noneconomic loss such as past and future physical pain, mental suffering, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, disfigurement, physical impairment, inconvenience, grief, anxiety and humiliation.
It is crucial to retain an experienced Bakersfield motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible in order to protect your rights and obtain the compensation you are entitled to. Bakersfield motorcycle accident lawyer, Timothy M. Osborn, has a proven record of success in handling these cases. We encourage you to contact us today in order to learn more. We offer free consultations and there is no fee unless we obtain a settlement or judgment in your favor.
We handle motorcycle accident cases involving a wide array of injuries including, but not limited to:
- Brain Injury
- Wrongful Death
- Neck and Back Injury
- Broken Bones
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Eye Injury
- Knee Injury
- Shoulder Injury
- Ankle Injury
- Wrist Injury