Motorcycle Accidents Attorneys in Valparaiso, Indiana

We Can Help You Fight for Compensation

According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclists were 26 more likely to die in an accident than an occupant of a passenger car in 2013. Motorcyclists were also five times more likely to be injured in an accident than those in a passenger vehicle.

If the numbers don’t prove it, common sense should. Because of how exposed and vulnerable they are, motorcyclists are at a higher risk of sustaining injury at the slightest mistake on the road.

When you or a loved one has gone through a tragic motorcycle accident, the Indiana personal injury attorneys at Langer & Langer are ready to help you file a claim to recover the damages you are owed. Call us today at (219) 464-3246.

Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

While motorcyclists have a responsibility to abide by traffic laws to encourage safety, most motorcycle accidents are caused by negligence from another driver. And, unfortunately, the motorcyclists are usually the ones that suffer most.

Motorcycle accidents can be the result of negligence in the form of:

  • Running red lights/stop signs
  • Making sudden lane changes without using a blinker light
  • Failing to yield the right of way to a motorcyclist
  • Speeding
  • Failing to check blind spots before making a turn/lane change
  • Distracted driving

If a motor vehicle driver was responsible for your, or your loved one, motorcycle accident, they should be held liable for the injuries, cost, and damage of the incident.

Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys on Your Side

The Indiana personal injury attorneys at Langer & Langer share more than 100 years of combined legal experience. We not only have the legal skills to represent you, but we also have a passion for seeing you rightfully compensated.

The aftermath of a motorcycle accident is traumatic and frightening. Let us help you through this tragedy by advocating for your rights to compensation. Call us today at (219) 464-3246 for a case consultation.