Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Serving Harford County, MD
Motorcycles are fairly common on the roads in Maryland. Motorcyclists are
able to enjoy a significant amount of freedom while driving due to their
chosen mode of transportation. Of course, without the substantial protective
barriers that traditional vehicles have, they have very little separating
them from the road and are exposed to a much higher degree of risk.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident due to
the negligence or intentional actions of another party, it is important
to know the options that you have for legal recourse. Get in touch with our
Harford County personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case.
Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Some of the most common causes of motorcycle accidents include:
- Drivers under the influence of alcohol, or illegal or prescription drugs
- Failing to yield the right of way to motorcyclists
- Failing to abide by posted traffic laws or speed limits
- Failing to see the motorcyclist when changing lanes or turning
- Tailgating and other forms of aggressive driving
- Swerving in front of the motorcyclist
- Defective design of the motorcycle or motorcycle parts
Helping You Obtain the Compensation You Deserve
Unfortunately, motorcyclists often get an unfair reputation for being reckless
or dangerous riders. However, at the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow, our
Harford County personal injury attorney is well-aware that the vast majority
of accidents involve responsible motorcyclists who are operating with
If you or a loved one have suffered serious injury in a motorcycle accident,
we are ready to hear your story and can immediately begin working on collecting
accident and witness reports, reconstructing the scene, reviewing medical
records, and anything else that is necessary to help you obtain fair compensation.
Whether through negotiations with the insurance company or in a court
of law, expect our Harford County personal injury lawyer to be by your
side throughout every step of the process.
Contact our office at (410) 877-6021 and schedule your
free initial consultation!