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Helping You Secure Fair Compensation After A Motorcycle Accident

When a motorcyclist is involved in an accident, the results are almost always catastrophic. Even when all reasonable precautions are taken, a motorcycle is simply no match for a larger, heavier vehicle. When an inattentive driver collides with a motorcycle, it is considered negligence, and the injured victim may be able to pursue compensation.

At Elam & Rousseaux, PLLC, our Charlotte personal injury lawyers have more than 90 years of combined experience helping accident victims get the full and fair compensation that they deserve.

We Handle All Injury Claims

The lawyers at Elam & Rousseaux, PLLC, have extensive experience handling all injury claims that arise out of motorcycle accidents, including the following:

When you have been hurt while driving a motorcycle, you will face financial burdens in addition to the physical and emotional effects of your injuries. You may be unable to work for a significant period of time and find yourself stuck with expensive medical bills. That is why we negotiate tirelessly and litigate if necessary to get you the financial settlement you deserve.

Dedicated Representation In Fatal Accident Cases

Tragically, some motorcycle accidents prove to be fatal. If you have lost a loved one in a fatal accident, we can help you pursue a wrongful death claim against the negligent parties. We understand that no amount of compensation can make up for your loss. However, we can send a message that irresponsible actions will not be tolerated. If you or a loved one has been hurt while riding a motorcycle, we are prepared to help. Contact our Charlotte motorcycle accident attorneys online or call 704-343-0000 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your situation.

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