Types of Billings Motorcycle Accidents
A personal injury attorney explains different types of crashes
What type of motorcycle accident are you dealing with in Montana? Did another driver clearly cause your crash? Are you not sure what to do or what your legal rights are? That’s why it’s important to discuss your accident with an experienced, Montana motorcycle accident lawyer. That’s why attorney Matthew Braukmann wants to meet with you.
At Braukmann Law, PLLC in Billings, we know how to handle all different types of motorcycle accidents. Our legal team has been helping people hurt in a motorcycle crashes for years. We know what evidence to look for, what questions to ask and how to transform all that information into a strong, compelling legal case.
What type of a Montana motorcycle accident are you dealing with?
No two accidents are ever exactly the same. Each one is unique but there are often similarities between different motorcycle accidents. Some of the most common – and most serious – types of motorcycle accidents we often deal with at our law firm include:
- Rear-end motorcycle accident – Driver crashes into rear end of a motorcycle
- Head-on motorcycle collision – Driver crashes head-on into a motorcycle
- Left-turn motorcycle accident – Driver making a left turn hits a motorcycle
- Lane-splitting motorcycle accident – Motorcyclist hit while traveling in between two cars
- Sideswipe motorcycle accident – Motorcyclist hit by car traveling in adjacent lane hits motorcyclist
Are you dealing with one of these types of accidents? Or did something else happen? Whatever type of motorcycle accident you’re dealing with, make sure you fully understand your rights after your accident. Otherwise, you could miss out on obtaining the financial compensation you need and deserve for your accident-related expenses.
Discover what a Montana motorcycle accident lawyer can do for you
The clock is ticking. After your motorcycle accident, you often only have three years from the date of your crash in Montana to take legal action. That three-year deadline (known as the statute of limitations) might seem like a long time. The reality is the longer you wait to take legal action, the more likely you’ll have a hard time getting the money you deserve. Evidence can disappear. Witness move away. Memories can fade.
Motorcycle accidents can also often be very complicated since some drivers automatically blame bikers for causing most accidents. Insurance companies also often agree with them and point the finger at motorcyclists, claiming they’re reckless and dangerous and cause most crashes. We know the truth. We know that most motorcyclists follow the rules of the road. It’s other drivers who often are to blame and it is our job to make sure the facts come to light.
Don’t take chances with your future. Put your trust in a Montana motorcycle accident attorney who puts your needs first. Contact our law firm and schedule your free case evaluation today. We handle cases throughout Montana.