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Atlanta Motorcyclists May Not Be at Fault


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9/15/2011
Dover Law Firm
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Motorcyclists often get a bad reputation. People assume that many of the injuries that are sustained or fatalities that are suffered are because the motorcyclist did something wrong. They cling to often outdated images of cyclists who refuse to wear safety helmets, who speed, and who may drink and drive.

For families suffering the loss of a loved one in an Atlanta motorcycle crash, those assumptions can be hard to take - especially when they are mourning the loss of a relative or close friend who did nothing wrong.

Our compassionate Atlanta car accident lawyers have no preconceived ideas about what caused your loved one's death. We will not assume that your loved one caused his death - nor will we assume that your loved one is completely blameless.

Instead, our Atlanta accident law firm will use our resources to carefully investigate the cause of the accident. We believe that motorists have a responsibility to avoid crashes with motorcyclists just as they do with other cars and trucks, and we will work hard to hold a motorist accountable if he or she caused your loved one's death.

We will also work hard to get your family a fair and just recovery. To that end, we will work with the other driver, his or her insurance company, and his or her attorney to reach a fair settlement that includes things such as compensation for medical expenses, funeral expenses, lost income and pain and suffering.

To learn more about how we may be able to help you, please contact an Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyer today at 1.770.518.1133.

Read More About Motorcycle Accident Fatalities in Our FREE Library Article: An Atlanta Car Accident Lawyer's Review of Preliminary 2010 Motorcycle Accident Statistics.


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