Expert Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Riding a motorcycle can be enjoyable, but can quickly turn into a deadly nightmare if you experience an accident. At Singleton Schreiber, our San Diego motorcycle accident lawyers are dedicated to helping both adults and children who have been injured in a motorcycle or 2-wheel accident. Our team will ensure fair compensation for your injuries, and can provide the needed support during this unfortunate event. 

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We Have You Covered, and Handle Every Type of Motorcycle Accident Injury

If you have experienced a motorcycle accident or injury, Singleton Schreiber Sacramento motorcycle accident lawyers will help you receive compensation and pursue a personal injury lawsuit. Our team of motorcycle lawyers understands how stressful an accident or injury can be, and we will ensure you have the support you need every step of the way.

We specialize in all areas of motorcycle injuries, and have experience in the following:

  • Head or facial injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Lacerations or road rash
  • Whiplash 
  • Internal bleeding
  • Organ damage

Our team is equipped to handle all areas of your claim that include helping you to receive proper medical treatment, communicating with insurance companies, and replacing or repairing your motorcycle. We want you to concentrate on your recovery, and our experienced motorcycle attorneys will work to get you the care and compensation needed. 

Areas we focus on include compensation for ongoing medical treatment, physical therapy, help with lost wages, and medical care. Our team will also help with compensation for pain and suffering, as well as repairs needed to your vehicle. At Singleton Schreiber, our San Diego injury attorneys provide the overall support you need during this difficult time.

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Have You Been Involved in a Motorcycle Accident?

Contact Singleton Schreiber today if you have been in a motorcycle accident. Let our team do the work and seek justice and the compensation you deserve.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Do I need a motorcycle accident attorney if I have insurance?
    Insurance companies may limit your claim and pay out as little as possible because this is what is in the best interest of the insurance company. An experienced California motorcycle lawyer can help you receive the compensation you deserve, and help you recover all damages. At Singleton Schreiber our goal is to defend your best interests, and work to fight for proper compensation during your recovery.
  • Does California have comparative fault?
    California’s comparative fault law is also known as comparative negligence. This means that if a person is injured in an accident and is partially to blame, they can still recover damages even if they are 99% at fault. Comparative fault applies to most personal injury cases, and motorcycle accidents is a common claim involving comparative fault. In other states the fault is capped around 50%.
  • Why is it better to hire a professional to handle motorcycle accidents?
    When you experience an injury or traumatic crash, you want to make sure you receive the proper compensation to cover damages and medical bills. Our motorcycle attorneys are skilled, and can ensure you receive the proper settlement amount. At Singleton Schreiber we will take a detailed look at your case and advise you on the amount of compensation we believe you should receive. We know accidents and injuries can be stressful, and our team’s experience can help you move through the legal process successfully.
  • How do I know if I need to file a motorcycle accident lawsuit?
    Insurance companies are well aware that using an experienced California motorcycle attorney for your motorcycle accident lawsuit can help you receive the settlement you deserve for your motorcycle injury claim. At Singleton Schreiber our team can determine if your settlement is fair, or if you deserve more for your damages or injury. We work for you, and will strive to help you achieve justice and get everything you deserve. 
  • What makes a motorcycle accident claim acceptable?
    When you are in a motorcycle accident you must be able to prove that another party was at fault. This will ensure you will receive compensation for any injuries or damages incurred due to the accident. In many cases fault is easily determined, or the other party admits fault immediately after the incident. In other cases, there may be a dispute around who is at fault. It is always important to speak to a qualified motorcycle attorney to understand your rights.
  • What documents are required when you file a motorcycle accident claim?
    Paperwork or any evidence you are able to provide can be helpful to your motorcycle accident claim. Examples of paperwork include police reports, witness statements, and photos of the scene or area surrounding the incident. Creating a time-logged journal is helpful to document each detail of your motorcycle accident. Medical records, bills, doctor’s recommendations or notes, as well as insurance information are other items that our team will need.

    If you would like to file a motorcycle injury claim you can do so without any documentation or insurance. Our team at Singleton Schreiber can provide a free claim analysis and help you recover damages and receive the justice you deserve. Talk to an experienced California motorcycle lawyer today by contacting Singleton Schreiber.
  • What are common causes of motorcycle accidents?
    Motorcycle accidents are typically caused by reckless driving, excessive speeding, or alcohol use. Motorcycle drivers are often not seen by other negligent drivers on the road, and this is usually due to the driver being distracted or from aggressive driving. This type of driving can increase your risk for an accident.

    Riding at high speeds for the thrill is extremely dangerous. Hitting debris or taking turns too fast can cause you to crash and wipe out easily. Motorcycles are smaller than cars and this can cause limited visibility, making it hard for other drivers to see you. Motorcycles are also vulnerable to hazardous driving conditions or slippery pavement.
  • Is lane splitting legal in California while riding a motorcycle?
    Lane splitting in California involves riding along the dotted line between two lanes on a highway moving in the same direction. It is legal for motorcycles to split lanes, and other drivers must not block a motorcyclist that is lane splitting. Lane splitting can increase your risk for an accident, and if you choose to lane split make sure you do this safely. Lane splitting can increase the chance of being side swiped, or cause a collision.
  • What is the difference between a motorcycle accident and a car accident?
    Motorcycle accidents are more fatal compared to car crashes. Motorcycle riders are not protected by the car around them, and can be thrown from the motorcycle during the crash. Injuries typically associated with a motorcycle crash involve concussions, brain damage, road rash, nerve damage, bone breaks, and facial disfigurement.

    According to the NHTSA 13 out of every 100,000 car drivers are involved in a fatal collision, and 72 out of every 100,000 motorcyclists die in a motorcycle crash. Motorcyclists are 26 times more likely to die in a traffic accident compared to a car driver.

Looking for a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer?

At Singleton Schreiber we can help you if you have been involved with a motorcycle accident. Let our team work for you and seek justice to claim the damages you deserve. Contact a motorcycle attorney today by calling Singleton Schreiber for your free claim analysis.

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