Motorcycles are, by their very nature, dangerous. Unlike other vehicles — including cars, vans, buses, trucks and others — motorcycles don’t have a metal frame surrounding them that offers substantial protection from a colliding vehicle. As such, motorcyclists often suffer more severe — even catastrophic and fatal — injuries when they collide with other drivers.
From disabling injuries to the death of a loved one, attorney Dan Doyle at Dan Doyle Law Group has seen firsthand the devastation motorcycle accidents can cause. Over the past 20 years, he has dedicated his practice to helping individuals and families throughout Media and surrounding areas in Pennsylvania take the right steps toward fair compensation after serious motor vehicle collisions or wrongful death.
Just as is the case with other motor vehicle collisions, motorcycle accidents can result from someone else’s negligence. At Dan Doyle Law Group, we carefully evaluate motorcycle accidents to determine who was at fault and how it played a role in the crash. We will then explain how negligence will affect your claim and your legal options to recover compensation.
We’ve handled countless cases involving negligence that includes:
Catastrophic injuries — such as spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, severe lacerations and internal organ damage — as well as wrongful death are common outcomes we see in motorcycle accidents. We know how devastating catastrophic and fatal injuries can be, and how much victims can lose if they don’t understand their rights.
At our firm, our lawyers will help you keep your mind on recovering, not the legal process, by handling everything from evaluating your case to securing medical records, handling negotiations with insurers to making sure you get the compensation you need and deserve.
At Dan Doyle Law Group, your best interests are always our top concern. When you seek our counsel, you can rest assured knowing your case is in the hands of an experienced personal injury lawyer who will make sure you get the compensation you deserve.