Recovering Compensation For Motorcycle Accident Victims

Motorcycle accidents are often the worst, due to a rider's exposure to the road. If you were in a cycle crash and all you got was a broken leg, you were lucky. Many of these accidents end in open head wounds and permanent brain injury, amputated limbs, crippling spinal cord damage, and severe abrasions and burns from being dragged on the road. A significant number of injured riders die.

Whether the rider is just injured or dies, costs balloon: medical bills, rehab, lost wages and more. In the case of death, surviving family members have significant bills to pay.

'Modified Comparative Fault'

The state of Connecticut follows modified comparative fault. Injured parties may collect damages if they were no more than 50 percent to blame for the crash. If one defendant is uncollectible, remaining defendants may pay a portion of the claim. So you may collect even if your riding at the moment of impact was not perfect.

First, Hire An Attorney With Motorcycle Injury Experience

The most important consideration in motorcycle injury cases is the lawyer's experience. Bob Sousa and Tom Minogue have put millions of dollars into clients' hands over the years, including cyclists and their families in the Bridgeport area. We know personal injury law, and we know how important your claim is to you.

Trust us to go after your compensation with skill and assertiveness.

If you have suffered serious injuries while motorcycling, go with experience. Go with Bob Sousa or Tom Minogue, of Sousa & Minogue, LLC, of Shelton. Call 800-807-2893.