A faulty or defective motorcycle part can produce a highly deadly condition on the road and destroy families. If a part fails while you or a loved rode a motorcycle the result is disastrous.
Although motorcycle manufacturers are obligated to do all in their power to inform the public about safety recalls and other safety issues, the difficulty occurs when the defect or recall occurs too late and after injury or death has already occurred. Moreover, even if a manufacturer supervises a recall flawlessly, there is a large possibility that not everyone with whom the recall or safety alert concerns will receive notice of the defect or safety issue before an occurrence; thus, an experienced defective motorcycle part lawyer is required.
Get Help from a Defective Motorcycle Part Lawyer
A defective motorcycle part lawyer at the Testa Law Group will have the knowledge it takes to go up versus insurance companies, motorcycle manufacturers and parts manufacturers favorably. We will examine all potential avenues to assure you obtain the highest attainable award for your faulty motorcycle injury case. Call us at 877-780-9052 for a free case evaluation with a defective motorcycle part lawyer.
Losing a loved one is never easy. However, it is even more depressing when you know it was avoidable and the careless actions of another person created the fatal accident. If the illegal or inappropriate actions of someone else cost your family member his or her life, you may be qualified for compensation.
At the Testa Law Group, we handle each and every case with absolute significance. A defective motorcycle part lawyer with the Testa Law Group is sensitive to the needs of families and work to achieve efficient legal strategies to seek justice for the death of your loved one, call us at 877-780-9052 for help and to talk with a defective motorcycle part lawyer to gain free advice as to how we may help your family.
Receiving Compensation After a Motorcycle Accident Death
Preference for wrongful death damages in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida is given to heirs and the dependents of the deceased. Thus, spouses, children, parents, and siblings have the highest priority. Compensation for wrongful death in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida includes losses for:
Motorcycle Accident Fatalities and Prevention
It is a fact that motorcyclists are more helpless than other motorists. Just to clarify that point, nearly 34,000 motorcyclists were killed between 2001 and 2008, according to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to be involved in a fatal accident compared to motorists driving a passenger vehicle. The largest fatality rates involving motorcycle accidents occur among 20-24 year-olds. Moreover, motorcyclists who choose not to wear a helmet are at an even greater chance of dying when involving in an accident. In fact, approximately 44 percent of motorcycle riders who encountered fatal accidents, were not wearing a helmet.
In addition to using customary protective gear, motorcyclists can avert an accident by following the below safety guidelines:
Sadly, even if a motorcyclist drives safe, he or she is still susceptive to other motorists and, as a result, just one false move from a careless motorist can destroy life in a second and defeat a family forever.
Get an Aggressive Defective Motorcycle Part Lawyer to Win Your Case
A defective motorcycle part lawyer with the Testa Law Group is well versed in motorcycle accident laws in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. We know your family is undergoing intense grief, and we will work quickly with you to hold those responsible for the pain and suffering they have caused. Call us at 877-780-9052 for a free case consultation with a defective motorcycle part lawyer.
Mr. Testa, a Defective Motorcycle Part Lawyer with a national practice who represents members of our society who have been seriously injured or killed due to the irresponsible acts of an individual or company. He is licensed to practice law in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida and admitted to practice in the Southern District of Texas and also in the United States Court of International Trade.