Injured In A Weather-Related Motorcycle Accident?
Our law firm will fight to help you recover
Motorcycling may be seen as a fair-weather activity, but we know many bikers who are out on the road day-in and day-out, rain or shine. Here in the Seattle area, where we have a lot of rainy days, that means weather can often be a factor in motorcycle accidents. Motorists and bikers alike have a responsibility to drive safely in poor road conditions. When someone fails to meet that responsibility, it’s usually the biker who gets seriously hurt.
When poor weather is involved in a motorcycle accident, it can be difficult to get the care and compensation you need. The motorcycle accident lawyers at NLE Law know how to handle these complex cases. If you or a loved one has been hurt, we can help.
We know how to handle complex accident cases
You can’t take legal action against the weather. But just because weather was a factor in your accident doesn’t mean another motorist or other party can’t be held responsible. The driver who hit you may have been going too fast for the conditions or failed to compensate for poor visibility. The road itself may have been poorly maintained or inadequately lit, contributing to your crash.
Once you contact us and retain NLE Law to handle your claim, we’ll thoroughly investigate and explore every possible avenue of compensation for your injuries. Our approach often includes:
- Reviewing the police report and other documents.
- Consulting weather reports.
- Interviewing witnesses to the accident.
We take a comprehensive approach to accidents at NLE. We’ll build a strong case to hold the motorist who hurt you accountable. We’ll listen to your story to understand the full impact of the accident on your life. We’ll negotiate with insurance companies to help you get full and fair compensation for your injuries. We’ll be there for you every step of the way.
You can’t control the weather, but you can take control of what happens next. Let our law firm lead the charge on your behalf. Call (206) 623-7520 to schedule your free consultation.