Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Driving a motorcycle comes with inherently greater risk of injury than driving a standard passenger vehicle. It is a small vehicle with only two wheels and no enclosure for the driver. All of these factors together make it more unstable and easily overlooked by other drivers on the road.

While motorcycle drivers face stereotypes about reckless driving, many end up being far more defensive because of the dangers they face on the road. Sustaining an injury because of an accident that involves your motorcycle does not mean you have to take the blame and deal with the medical and financial consequences of your injury alone.

Protecting The Rights Of Injured Motorcyclists

At Steele Law Offices, LLC, in Glen Carbon, Illinois, we can help you demonstrate the other party's negligence in your accident and show how that negligence is directly connected to your injury.

Determining fault in these cases requires a thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding your accident, including:

  • Distracted driving: Texting while driving, eating, reading or caring for children
  • Reckless driving: Speeding, swerving in and out of traffic, failure to check blind spots, sudden stops or sudden lane changes
  • Failure to obey traffic signs and signals: Running red lights or stop signs and failure to yield
  • Road hazards: Potholes, debris, roadkill, slippery or uneven road conditions and unsafe roadways

Whether the negligent party in your case is another driver or a municipality that failed to maintain a road's safety conditions, motorcycle accident attorney Randall P. Steele can help you.

He handles every case at our office with direct, personal attention to his clients. He will take the time to listen to your concerns and ensure that the strongest arguments are made in defense of maximum compensation for what you have suffered.

For More Information

Contact a lawyer at our office online or by telephone at 618-288-9591 for more information. We offer free initial consultations and representation based on contingency fees in personal injury cases.