Brockmeier Law Group first opened our doors in 2009, in the height of the Great Recession, when other firms were laying off workers and trying to find a way to continue the legal practices they had before the market changed. We began and continue to serve our clients with the same recipe of personalized contact and an eye towards both the recovery for each of our clients, and keeping an eye on each clients individualized goals in their cases. We handle a variety of cases and clients both in litigation and contract drafting in negotiation – so we know what it takes to get desired results for all of our clients.
If involved in a motorcycle accident, please do the following:
- Do NOT say anything about fault (admit liability).
- Move all vehicles out of the roadway, if possible.
- Evaluate all persons involved in the accident for injuries and call for emergency medical services as required.
- Exchange contact and insurance information with the other driver(s)
- Call the police and request an ambulance, if necessary. Ask the police to create a detailed accident report, records of the accident may be required and will help settle your case.
- Collect evidence – Take pictures, collect contact information of any/all witnesses, and (if applicable) debris that broke off from your vehicle/motorcycle in the accident.
Accident victims may not feel the full effects of injuries immediately. If you have been involved in an accident, it is imperative to get medical attention as soon as possible to determine the full extent any actual or potential (the victim’s) injuries.
- Psychological distress
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Spinal injury
- Internal bleeding
- Broken bone(s)
Types of Accidents
- Hit and run
- Side-impact/ T-bone
- Rear-end collisions
- Merging accidents
- Head-on collisions
- Low-impact collisions
- Multi-car accidents
- Intersection accidents
- Left turn accidents
- Failure to yield
Causes of motor cycle accidents
- Unsafe lane changing
- Distracted driving
- Recklessness- Speeding
- Inexperienced driver
- Alcohol use
- Poor Road Conditions – Weather (i.e. rain, high winds) impairing roads that are not properly maintained