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Prescott Valley Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Riding a motorcycle in Arizona can be a fun and exciting way to get around. It is also more gas-efficient and eco-conscious than a traditional passenger car. Unfortunately, riding a motorcycle comes with a few inherent injury risks, such as the lack of a protective metal shell. These risks become more pronounced when sharing the road with negligent and reckless motor vehicle drivers.

If you or a loved one were in a motorcycle accident and have serious injuries, you may be eligible for compensation. The driver that caused your wreck could be liable for damages. Contact Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. for a free consultation with one of our Prescott Valley motorcycle accident attorneys.

Why Choose Our Law Firm?

  • We are a results-oriented law firm with a 99% success rate on cases in the past 15 years.
  • Our personal injury lawyers have represented injured motorcyclists in Arizona for over 40 years.
  • We fully commit to our clients’ cases until the end, going to trial if necessary.
  • We always treat our clients with open, honest, and upfront communication.
  • We help motorcycle accident victims in Prescott Valley on a contingency fee basis.

Do You Need an Attorney?

An insurance claims adjuster will not want what is best for you during a motorcycle accident claim in Arizona. The adjuster works for the insurance company. His or her goal is to save the company money for its investors, not maximize clients’ benefits. The most effective way to negotiate a fair and full insurance settlement from a claims adjuster after a motorcycle crash is by hiring a lawyer to do so for you. Your lawyer will know all the techniques and strategies to use against a insurance companies for the best possible outcome for you. The right attorney can help you maximize your financial recovery.

Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Unlike no-fault states, Arizona requires crash victims to determine fault before filing damage claims. Fault-based insurance means you or your attorney will need to determine who caused your motorcycle accident before you can bring a claim. Regardless of how safe you are on a motorcycle, someone else’s negligence could cause a crash in Prescott Valley.

  • Inattentive drivers. It is difficult enough to see the low profile of a motorcycle on Arizona’s roads; driver inattention and distraction can increase the risk of a driver crashing into a motorcyclist. Texting and driving is a significant cause of distraction-related motorcycle accidents.
  • Reckless drivers. Reckless and dangerous driving habits by motor vehicle drivers such as speeding, racing, tailgating, drunk driving, and running red lights could endanger a motorcyclist’s life.
  • Road hazards. Prescott Valley’s roads could contain defects such as potholes or loose gravel that threaten the safety of vulnerable road users. The city could be liable for motorcycle accidents involving road hazards.

Identifying the cause of traffic accidents is one of the things we do best at Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. We can investigate your motorcycle wreck for signs of fault. Then, we can help you fill out confusing legal paperwork during the claims process, making sure to get your claim in before Arizona’s deadline. In general, you will have two years from the date of your crash to file a motorcycle accident claim in Arizona.

Contact a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer in Prescott Valley Today

A successful motorcycle accident insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit could reimburse you and your family for costs such as medical bills, motorcycle repairs, lost income, and legal fees. You might also qualify for a non-economic award for your pain and suffering. In the event of a wrongful death, we can fight for the justice of your loved one. Discuss what your case might be worth with our Prescott Valley motorcycle accident lawyers today. Call Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C. at (928) 778-2660, or contact us online for a free initial motorcycle accident consultation. We represent clients in Yavapai County, Prescott Valley, Prescott, Cottonwood, Chino Valley, and elsewhere in Northern and Central Arizona.