Many automobile drivers have little regard or respect for motorcycles, and their failure to detect and recognize motorcycles in traffic can place motorcyclists at greater risks for serious injuries. We understand that many drivers—drivers who are your potential jurors—have an inherent bias against motorcycle drivers. In the courtroom, it’s our job to convince those jurors that their preconceived notions are untrue.
No matter how much experience you have as a motorcycle driver, the law doesn’t differentiate between a brand new motorcycle operator and someone who has years of experience on the road. Unfortunately, the insurance company does. If you are a newer driver, the insurance company will likely argue that your inexperience was a factor in your accident and may attempt to lower the offer for your claim.
If you’ve been riding for a lifetime, it’s important to document your experience with safe motorcycle operation. We have seen many cases in which a motorcyclist’s history has greatly strengthened his case. As your North Carolina motorcycle accident attorneys, we’ll make it our priority to showcase your specific knowledge and experiences to the jury.
Unfortunately, when representing the victims of motorcycle accidents, we regularly confront the biases of insurance companies and juries. It’s unfair that innocent motorcyclists are perceived to be reckless and responsible for the cause of accidents. We understand how seriously motorcyclists take the operation of their bikes. This knowledge is critical when trying to overcome the biases of juries and insurance companies.
The legal team at HensonFuerst has been handling claims against insurance companies and trying cases in front of juries more than 35 years. Our North Carolina motorcycle accident lawyers are here to stand up for rights to compensation. Call (866) 777-1170 or complete a free initial consultation form today.
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