We Carefully Investigate The Root Cause of Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents can be caused by a wide range of factors, including driver negligence, adverse weather conditions or poor road maintenance. Other factors can also lead to a crash, including motorcycle defects or poor repair services. If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, and you suspect the cause to be an inherent defect in the construction or repair of the motorcycle, it is important that you speak with an attorney about your rights and options to pursue compensation for losses resulting from the accident.
At the law office of Michael J. Griffith, P.A., we understand the frustration and anxiety often associated with a motorcycle accident. Unfortunately, we also understand that it can be challenging to prove that a manufacturer’s defect or faulty repair led to your accident. With more than 35 years of experience, our Century motorcycle defect lawyers have the skill and knowledge needed to help you pursue compensation for your losses in even the most complicated situations.
Proving Manufacturer’s Defect or Faulty Repair
The task of proving that a motorcycle defect led to your accident can be a bit more involved than proving negligence of another driver. On your behalf, our staff will conduct a thorough examination of your accident, and will consult an accident reconstruction specialist to recreate the events leading to your injuries. We will also investigate other claims of defect or recall notices to help build your case.
This thorough approach has allowed us to help a number of clients who were injured in accidents caused by a wide range of motorcycle defects, including:
- Faulty brakes
- Sticking throttle cables
- Clutch malfunctions
- Shorts in the electronics system
- Exploding or deflating tires
Contact our office online or call 850-433-9922 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case with an experienced attorney and to learn more about your rights and your options for pursuing compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.