In the last five years, there have been nearly 11,000 motorcycle crashes in Washington State. Thousands of these crashes caused serious injuries, and hundreds ended in fatalities. While motorcyclists make up a small percentage of road users, they are over-represented in traffic collisions.
Have you or a loved one been a victim of a motorcycle accident? If so, a skilled Puyallup motorcycle accident lawyer can help you recover fair compensation. Call an experienced attorney today to get started.
Every crash is different. The causes, weather, situation, and liability may all vary.
Our personal injury lawyers have successfully helped clients facing a variety of challenging motorcycle crashes, including:
No matter how your accident happened, we’d like to hear from you. We always offer free case evaluations, so you risk nothing to meet with us and learn more about your legal options.
A motorcycle accident lawyer can be a powerful advocate during one of your life’s toughest seasons. We can handle the legal stress so you can focus on what matters most – getting well again.
Here are some of the services we provide:
You can also count on us to keep you informed of your legal options every step of the way.
When a loved one is killed, the family may struggle with lost wages, medical bills, and funeral costs. On top of these expenses, the grief and loss may be overwhelming to cope with.
In these difficult situations, our compassionate team of personal injury lawyers can help you recoup your financial losses and obtain a sense of justice through a wrongful death claim.
There is a limited window of time to file a claim in the State of Washington, so reach out to a Puyallup motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as you can.
As a reminder, it’s free to have an initial meeting with one of our lawyers, and there is no obligation. We work on a contingency basis which means you owe us nothing unless we win your case. If you’re not able to meet with us at one of our office locations, let us know. We’ll be happy to arrange to have a lawyer meet with you at your home or hospital.