Looking Out for Those Injured in Atlanta-Area Motorcycle Accidents
Sometimes it’s a little scary to be a motorcycle enthusiast, but perhaps that’s part of the appeal. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that every year some 2,000 people are killed by motorcycle accidents, while another 50,000 people are injured. While many of these injured or killed riders were not likely wearing the proper safety gear, motorcycles don’t exactly offer much in the way of protection in an accident. Many times, these accidents could be prevented if more automobile drivers would pay attention to the motorcyclists who are sharing the road. If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident in the Atlanta area, you can rely on the Law Office of Stein and Nash to help you fight for your rights and compensation.
We’ll Sort the Complicated Legalities, So You Can Focus on Recovery
Every state has its own laws about recovering losses in motorcycle accidents. In Georgia, a motorcycle accident victim has the right to pursue compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses and lost wages incurred as a result of the accident. In some cases, they may even seek punitive damages. Even if the other driver involved was uninsured or underinsured, they still have a right to seek compensation. To learn more about the laws governing motorcycle accidents in Atlanta, consult the Law Office of Stein and Nash, LLC. We offer free case reviews to help you sort out the complicated legalities so that you can focus on your road to recovery.