A motorcycle is not just a form of transportation, but also a way of life. Unfortunately, riders face numerous obstacles to their safety. Reckless motorists do not look out for riders and the department of transportation does not consider motorcyclists when designing and repairing roads. The Law Offices of K.J. Petsas, PC has assisted injured South San Francisco bikers for 40 years. We help you to recover damages caused by the negligence of a motorist, municipality or company.
The dynamics of an accident involving a motorcycle are different than those in car or truck crashes. Our firm has experience in handling the specific details of each unique type of motorcycle crash, including those involving:
Our attorney conducts a full investigation into what happened and who is responsible. We prove liability and pursue your maximum possible damages.
Unlike cars, motorcycles have no protection. If you drop your bike or are ejected, you will likely sustain severe injuries, possibly including multiple broken bones, brain injury, spinal cord injuries, amputation, crush injuries and road rash. We make sure your choice of transportation is never counted against you, a common defense tactic for evading liability.
You may incur substantial medical bills at a time when you cannot work because of your motorcycle crash injuries, even if your accident was relatively minor. And after a catastrophic collision, you may never again be able to work up to the capacity you could before the crash. Our firm calculates the damages you are entitled to and does everything we can to make you whole. We may pursue compensation for past and future medical bills, lost income, diminished future earning capacity, pain, suffering and disability from your insurance company or an at-fault driver.
Recover the damages you deserve from the parties responsible for your motorcycle crash. Call the Law Offices of K.J. Petsas, PC at 650-540-1170 or contact us online to schedule your free telephone consultation today. Our South San Francisco-based injury firm helps injured riders throughout the Bay Area.