Were You In An Oklahoma City Motorcycle Accident?
Motorcycles have to swerve around obstacles, pay attention to other drivers and overall keep a higher level of awareness than anyone else on the road. Even then, with all the care a person puts into riding their bike, it might not be enough to keep them from getting hurt in an accident.
At Dawkins & Gowens Law Firm, we have worked with motorcycle accident victims since 1985. We offer thorough, compassionate service at one of the most difficult moments in a person’s life. Our clients appreciate our high level of personal attention as we pursue the compensation they deserve.
Motorcycle Accidents Can Lead To Extensive, Expensive Injuries
Unlike any other type of crash, bikers do not have the protections of seat belts and air bags or the physical barriers of a roof and doors. A biker’s body is at the mercy of physics in a crash, without any cushion, leading to bad injuries in even minor accidents, such as:
- Broken bones
- Internal bleeding
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
These injuries require immediate medical attention and often leave injured people in long-term medical treatment. In many cases, a person may never fully recover from their motorcycle accident, causing a permanent loss of income.
Treatment for extensive injuries is not cheap. Living with a lifelong disability after an accident is not cheap. You should not face financial ruin when you suffer injuries from someone else’s negligence. However, all too often, insurance companies will do everything it takes to get out of compensating you.
Skilled. Experienced. Compassionate.
We have seen the bills and costs that our clients struggled with over the years. The real costs our clients face simply getting back on their feet is absolutely staggering. With our help and our decades of experience, the people we work with have received compensation that lets them move forward with their lives with security and confidence.
To learn more about motorcycle accidents, visit our motorcycle accident FAQ page.