Gwinnett County Motorcycle Accidents Lawyer
McGarity and Efstration is made up of a team of trustworthy, tenacious, and knowledgeable attorneys who take great pride in serving the needs of motorcycle accident victims. For more information on how we can help you, contact us today.
Questions about what to do after your motorcycle crash?
Below is a listed of frequently asked questions regarding motorcycle accidents:
- Are motorcycle accidents different from car accidents? In many ways, a motorcycle accident is different from other types of vehicle accidents. The rider of a motorcycle is more susceptible to bodily harm. As a result, injuries sustained in motorcycle accidents are typically more severe. If you or someone you love suffers an injury in a motorcycle accident, contact McGarity and Efstration as soon as possible.
- What if I am partially at fault? Even if you are partially at fault in a motorcycle accident, you may still be able to recover reimbursement. Georgia follows a contributory negligence rule. This means that as long as your fault in the accident is less than the fault of the other party, you can still recover compensation for your injuries.
- What should I do after a motorcycle accident? After a motorcycle accident, the first step you should take is to contact emergency services. Minor injuries may become worse and serious injuries should be treated immediately. Additionally, not seeking medical attention can hurt your case. Next you should contact an experienced Gwinnett County motorcycle accidents lawyer. A seasoned lawyer quickly can gather evidence and build a strong case for your claim so you can move on with your life.
- Do I have to wear a helmet to operate a motorcycle? State law in Georgia requires all motorcyclists to wear protective head gear. Additionally, it is in your best interests to wear a helmet because the majority of motorcycle deaths are attributed to head injuries.
- Can a defective road cause a motorcycle accident? While frustrating and unsettling to passenger cars, potholes, and uneven pavement can cause serious injury to motorcyclists. If you sustain an injury due to a defective road, you may bring a lawsuit against the state. However, to do so, you need to speak to a knowledgeable Gwinnett County motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible.
McGarity and Efstration is here for you if you are a victim of a motorcycle accident. Our experienced lawyers look forward to assisting you every step of the way. Contact us today by phone at 877.851.4261 or online to receive trustworthy legal care from a team of dedicated professionals.