Distracted Driving Motorcycle Accident

Distracted Driving

Were You Injured by a Distracted Driver?

20% of all injury crashes involve some form of distracted driving. When you couple that alarming statistic with drivers who don't share the road with motorcyclists, it leads to dangerous – and sometimes deadly – results.

Distracted driving accidents are more common than ever before. With mobile phones, GPS, and other potential hazards, motorcycle riders are in greater danger than ever before.

If you've been injured in a motorcycle accident caused by a distracted driver, you could be entitled to compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost time at work. Call us for a free consultation at 412-394-1000 or simply complete the form to the right.

Distracted Driving Accidents – A National Concern

Every day there are more than 9 motorists killed and 1,153 people injured due to distracted driving accidents. Because motorcycles are open vehicles, motorcycle riders find themselves at an increased risk of injury in the event of an accident.

Texting and driving has become one of the leading causes of distracted driving accidents. However, drivers shift their attention from the road in other ways as well. Whether they're adjusting the radio, eating behind the wheel, putting on makeup, or simply not paying attention to their surroundings, these behaviors put motorcycle riders at risk.

The unfortunate truth is that motorcyclists stand less of a chance of being seen by other motorists. While most drivers see cars approaching, they might miss a motorcyclist. This can lead to devastating crashes and severe injuries.

Time is Against You

After an accident injury, the last thing you're probably thinking about are statutes of limitations, collecting evidence, or even hiring an attorney. We understand the stress associated with accidents, because we see how severe injuries impact our clients every day.

That's why we're here to help. It's important to understand the time limits to your claim. They're also known as statutes of limitations:

Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations
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Statutes of limitations restrict the time period that a person can file a lawsuit.

A personal injury action must be filed within two years of the date when the injury occurred.

However, there is a "discovery rule," which, in limited cases, extends the time for filing a personal injury action.

Call us today, and we'll handle the hassles of your case. With our law firm, you can focus on getting better, while we deal with insurance companies, paperwork, and all the headaches that you don't need. We'll fight for the compensation and the peace-of-mind that you deserve.

Over 30 Years Helping Injured Motorcyclists

Since 1982, our law firm has stood up for the legal rights of injured motorcycle riders. We believe that you deserve your fair share of the road, and deserve fair compensation for your injuries.

So if you're ever injured because of another driver's negligence, contact us for a free consultation. It's quick and easy, and we'll get you the legal help you need after a motorcycle accident.

We're available 24/7 at 412-394-1000 or simply complete the form located in the top right. If you'd prefer to chat online, click the box in the bottom right corner to speak with a chat representative.