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Motorcycle Accident Injury Claims In Iowa

A false move on the road can be a life-changer, particularly for motorcyclists. Seemingly minor driver errors like failing to check a blind spot or stopping abruptly can end in a driver having to lay his or her bike down.

Simply being a motorcyclist does not make you responsible for the injuries you sustained in an accident. Unfortunately, that is what many at-fault parties will try to claim. They may say that you would not have been injured as badly if you were wearing certain gear, or if you were in a different vehicle.

Our Fort Dodge Attorneys Can Protect You

Remember that you have a right to be on the road just like any other driver, and everyone needs to be cautious when driving. At the law firm of Johnson, Mulholland, Cochrane, Cochrane, Yung & Engler, P.L.C., we can help protect you from assertions aimed at reducing the compensation you deserve for your injury.

Contact our office online if you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident on an Iowa city street, highway or interstate. We handle cases that involve:

  • Broken/crushed bones
  • Scars and disfigurement
  • Road burns/road rash
  • Lost limbs/amputations
  • Nerve damage
  • Paralysis
  • Head trauma, traumatic brain injuries, open/closed head injuries
  • Fatal injuries that lead to a wrongful death claim

Motorcycle injuries often result in serious lifelong injuries. Even comparatively minor issues, like chronic headaches following a concussion, can have a significant impact on a person’s life. We understand that your injury can affect your medical bills, your financial security, your ability to work and your ability to care for your loved ones.

We’re Here To Help

Let us help you regain what you’ve lost as much as possible. We can help you get the medical records you need and pursue the most comprehensive compensation package possible. Contact us today to learn more. We handle cases throughout North-Central and Northwest Iowa.