Here at the Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC our motorcycle accident injury lawyers represent those bikers that have been injured in Erie County bike accidents as well as other motorcycle accidents throughout the state of Ohio. Oftentimes these accidents have detrimental results, including broken bones, internal injuries, neck injuries, back injuries, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injuries. In some cases, the injured motorcyclist receives injuries that will never completely heal. This may mean that it will change the rest of their life as well as their family’s life. Sadly, every year there are many motorcyclists that are killed in a motorcycle accident because of someone else’s negligent driving.
Erie County Motorcycle Accident Lawsuits
Motorcyclists that have been injured as well as motorcycle passengers injured in the accident have a right to pursue claims for injury damages against the party responsible for causing the accident. Included in this would be an injury claim against the other motorist responsible for causing the accident or even another motorcyclist who caused the accident.
The law in Ohio allows a person to file a claim for personal injury damages against the person who was operating the vehicle responsible for causing the accident. Along with this, a passenger that was injured can file a claim against the operator of the motorcycle that they are riding on if the operator was at fault. If this operator was careless in the operation of the bike and caused the accident, thereby injuring the passenger, a claim can be made against the operator. When a biker dies in a motorcycle accident, the family can file an Ohio wrongful death suit.
You Need To Contact an Erie County Motorcycle Accident Attorney
Those that have been injured in an Erie County motorcycle crash should contact the Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC so that you can schedule your free legal consultation. If you would like to speak with an experienced Ohio motorcycle accident attorney, call our office at 800-637-8170. We can start working on your case immediately after you call and can begin gathering the witness statements as well as the evidence needed to prove your case.