Have you suffered injuries in a motorcycle accident? You may be able to recover money damages in a motorcycle accident lawsuit for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. But it is important to contact a motorcycle injury lawyer as soon as possible so that you can begin the legal process and collect necessary evidence.
Nashville motorcycle accident attorney Henry Queener is dedicated to helping the victims of motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, auto accidents, and other motor vehicle accidents obtain financial recovery. Because he focuses on representing clients injured in motorcycle wrecks and other motor vehicle accidents, he is well-versed in motorcycle accident laws and understands the unique issues regarding liability that come into play in a motorcycle accident lawsuit. Moreover, he has tried a number of cases to obtain favorable verdicts for his clients and he will vigorously advocate on your behalf in a court of law, if necessary, to get you maximum money damages.
If you were injured in a motorcycle accident, or a loved one was killed in a motorcycle accident, contact Nashville motorcycle accident lawyer Henry Queener at (615) 682-3313 to schedule a free consultation to learn more about a possible motorcycle accident lawsuit.
It is important to first determine the cause of a motorcycle wreck in order to assess issues of liability. In some situations, a negligent motorcyclist could cause an accident. For instance, the dangerous practice of lane splitting, or riding between lanes of traffic moving in the same direction, can cause a motorcycle accident. But in many cases, a negligent motorist is the cause of a motorcycle accident.
Common causes of motorcycle accidents include the following:
If you were injured in a motorcycle accident, you may be able to recover money damages for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional distress from the negligent party. Clients often assume that if they were partially at fault for the accident, they are not entitled to money damages, but this is not necessarily the case. Even if you were partially at fault for a motorcycle accident, you may still be able to recover money damages for your injuries. Tennessee follows a comparative negligence model, which means that, if you were less than 50% at fault, you can still recover money damages, but the money damages will be reduced in proportion to the amount you were at fault. For instance, if your money damages were $100,000 but you were 20% at fault, your damage award will be reduced by $20,000 to $80,000.
Because issues of liability, comparative negligence, and damages are particularly complicated in motorcycle accidents, it is important to contact a motorcycle accident as soon as possible. Nashville motorcycle accident lawyer Henry Queener focuses on representing clients who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents, including motorcycle accidents, auto accidents, trucking accidents, and bike or pedestrian accidents. He will guide you through the legal process, communicate and negotiate with insurance companies, and fight to get you full and fair compensation for your motorcycle accident injuries.
Contact him at (615) 682-3313 to schedule a free consultation to learn more about a possible motorcycle accident lawsuit.