Motorcycle & Scooter Accidents

Personal Injury Law Firm Serving the State of Georgia

Motorcycle & Scooter Accidents

sIf you or a family has recently been injured in motorcycle accident, you need to know two things right away:

1. First, the other driver’s insurance company is not on your side.

2. Second, many people (people who could be sitting on the jury should your case go to trial) have an unfair bias against motorcyclists in general.

Before you say or do anything that may hurt your chances for a full recovery — contact the motorcycle-friendly law firm of Crowe Law. Our firm represents motorcycle, bicycle and scooter accident victims in the Atlanta metro area and across the state of Georgia.

The Advantages of Having an Experienced Attorney

With more than 27 years of legal experience, we understand the unique issues and challenges that injured motorcyclists must deal with. To begin with — once you hire our law firm, you will no longer have to deal with the insurance company. That’s our job. In fact, we are often able to help clients by “stacking” uninsured and under-insured motorist coverage they’ve purchased with separate automobile policies. Our firm also knows how to overcome the unfair assumption that motorcyclists are reckless; that is a gross generalization, and we do not leave it unchallenged.

Making the Case for Full Recovery

Because motorcycle and scooter accidents typically result in catastrophic injuries, our law firm works with other professionals to develop life care plans that account for the future medical and rehabilitation expenses our clients are likely to incur. For instance, if you are unable to work due to your injuries, our firm will hire an economist to determine the present value of your future lost wages and factor that into our request for a fair financial settlement of your claim.

We will always give the insurance company an opportunity to settle such a claim for a fair amount. If they express a desire to enter into meaningful negotiations. we will actively pursue that option. However, if the insurance company is not interested in being reasonable or in offering you full and fair compensation, we will not hesitate to file a lawsuit.

In either case, our fee will be a percentage of your verdict or settlement. If we are unable to obtain money for you, you owe us nothing.