While riding a motorcycle invokes of sense of freedom and adventure for some, there is no denying that they provide little protection in the event of a crash. Because of this, riders often suffer severe or catastrophic injuries, and in tragic cases, might not survive.
The statistics are quite sobering. The Governors’ Highway Safety Association reported that 5,286 motorcyclists were killed on U.S. roadways in a single recent year. There were 88 motorcycle deaths in Oklahoma that year.
Motorcyclist fatalities occurred 28 times more frequently than passenger vehicle fatalities. In fact, a total of 12.9% of all motor vehicle deaths in Oklahoma were motorcycle deaths. That being said, if you or a loved one were injured in a motorcycle accident, you need an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side. Contact a motorcycle accident lawyer today for a free case review.
Should I Hire a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer After My Motorcycle Accident?
If you or a loved one were seriously injured or killed in a motorcycle crash, a motorcycle accident attorney can help. The attorneys at Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons in Oklahoma City, OK have represented motorcycle accident victims and their families since 1984. The firm partners have spent their entire careers helping people who were injured due to the carelessness of others.
Our firm prides itself on offering one-on-one attention to all of our clients. We understand the fear, worry, and stress our clients experience after a serious accident, and we choose to focus on a small number of cases at a time.
If you were involved in a motorcycle accident, you could be owed compensation for your medical bills, repairs or replacement of your vehicle, lost wages, and other damages. Call the attorneys at Ryan Bisher Ryan & Simons to learn what you are entitled to recover following your motorcycle accident. You won’t have to pay us anything unless we recover damages for you. Each client’s fees are determined on a contingency-fee-basis.
Our team of motorcycle accident attorneys in Oklahoma City, OK can be reached by phone or online. Don’t wait.