Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycles are popular in the Chicago area for a variety of reasons.  However, riding a motorcycle often entails risks, many of which are presented by Chicago’s traffic situation, which is among the busiest in the country.

Many motorcycle accidents are the fault of motorists.  Popular causes of motorcycle accidents stem from inattentiveness by drivers, as well as motorists who fail to see motorcycles.  One common cause of motorcycle accidents is when motorists make a left-hand turn immediately in front of an oncoming motorcycle, thereby causing a frontal impact with the motorcycle rider.

Many motorcycle accidents cause serious injury, including death.  These injuries can include broken bones, bleeding, injuries to the back, spinal cord injuries / paralysis, and various brain injuries.

For those accidents that are non-fatal, there are a variety of expenses that can be incurred.  These include medical bills, ongoing medical care costs, lost wages, and other expenses that can be very high.  As well, the cost to repair and/or replace motorcycles can be significant.

Elman Joseph Law Group’s concentration in Personal Injury law in the Chicago area – as well as an intense focus on vehicle-related accidents – gets proven results for motorcycle injury clients.  Over the last 20+ years, we have handled over 10,000  Illinois personal injury lawsuits.  Due to this experience, we know how much cases are worth – and how to get you the maximum injury compensation possible.  We have a reputation as accomplished trial attorneys, and have a proven capability of successfully taking cases to court should settlement offers prove inadequate.

If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, please contact us immediately to discuss your accident.  You can reach Tony Elman, Lead Attorney of the Elman Joseph Law Group, at (773) 392-8182.  This discussion is provided free and is confidential.

Elman Joseph Law Group works on a “contingency” basis…Elman Joseph Law Group’s clients never pay a fee unless and until they receive monetary compensation.