Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle Accident Attorney in Kansas City

Motorcycle tipped on it’s side in the street after a collision with a car. If you’ve been injured while driving a motorcycle, our Kansas City motorcycle accident attorneys are ready to fight for you.

Riding a motorcycle can be exhilarating. Few means of transport provide such a visceral connection to the road. Of course, that exhilaration is due to the inherent risk. When you ride, there is no air bag, no seat belt, no passenger compartment cage, no crumple zones. There is only you and your skill at riding.

You face drivers of other vehicles who are distracted by texting, eating, talking to a passenger or just daydreaming. They may be intoxicated, fatigued or simply not paying close enough attention to the duties of driving a motor vehicle to see you on your motorcycle.

The Tragic Cost Of A Motorcycle Injury

These crashes can lead to terrible injuries that are life-changing and sometimes cost riders their lives. Road rash and broken bones can be painful, but the most severe injuries involve brain and spine injuries.

A severed spinal cord or a traumatic brain injury can leave a victim with para- or quadriplegia, memory loss or diminished mental capacity. You may no longer be able to work in your previous occupation or may not be able to work and earn an income at all.

Motorcycle accident victim laying in the street while paramedics stand over him. If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact our Kansas City motorcycle accident lawyers now.

Our Kansas City Accident Attorneys Fight Hard For Those Injured in Motorcycle Accidents

In working for a settlement or verdict in a motorcycle crash involving severe brain injuries, our attorneys at The Nail Law Firm understand how to properly calculate the amount of compensation you will need for the constant, ongoing care for the rest of your life. We know how to present the evidence needed to convince a judge or jury and provide the compelling arguments necessary to obtain compensation for your injuries.