Experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorneys in Anchorage and Matanuska Valley, AK
When it comes to sharing the road, motorcyclists are the most vulnerable to severe and fatal injuries. Compared with drivers of cars, trucks, or SUVs, they have limited protection in an accident, despite the durability of their helmet, jacket, and other protective gear. Motorcyclists can weave in and out of lanes and avoid traffic, leaving the possibility of an unsuspecting motorist accidentally making contact with a motorcycle.
Our Experienced Attorneys are Ready and Willing to Represent You with Your Personal Injury Case
At Denali Law Group, we are prepared to legally represent those involved in motorcycle accidents and attain the deserved compensation for their damages. Our personal injury attorneys are dedicated to protecting our clients' rights.
If you or a loved one was involved in a serious motorcycle accident, our firm understands the amount of pain and stress you and your family are going through. With our guidance, we will thoroughly investigate the incident and aggressively represent you in the courtroom.
Motorcycle Accidents FAQs
Motorcycles are exposed to the elements and equipped with high-performance capabilities, which might trigger an accident. Possible causes of a motorcycle accident are the following:
- Difficulty seeing incoming motorists
- Driving on the wrong side of the road
- Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Disobeying speed limits
- Ignoring traffic conditions
- Ignoring traffic signs
- Ignoring turn signals
- Inexperienced motorists
- Intentional hostile behavior and actions
- Poor weather conditions
- Roadway defects due to construction or weather
- Vehicle defects
Yes! Wearing a helmet drastically increases the survival rate by 37 percent, preventing 67 percent of brain injuries sustained by motorcycle accidents. Unfortunately, only 19 states make it mandatory for all motorcyclists to wear helmets, with Alaska only making those 17 and younger wear helmets.
Motorcycle accidents can cause significant problems in your daily life. Not only will you be paying medical expenses and damage to your vehicle, but you could potentially lose income made from working.
Limited Liability Coverage is oftentimes not enough. It is never our advice that you decline Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage. UI/UIM is an extra layer of coverage for you that rides on top of your or the other driver's coverage.