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Bernard Law Group’s Washington motorcycle accident lawyers have been helping motorcycle accident victims like you for over 30 years.
You need a motorcycle accident lawyer you can trust when you’ve been injured in an accident.
We have the experience to win your case. If we don’t win, you don’t pay. Call 24/7 for your free case consultation.
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Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Serving Washington State
The motorcycle accident lawyers at Bernard Law Group have been serving injury victims in Washington State for over 30 years.
We represent victims who suffer from serious injury, economic loss, and other hardships caused by motorcycle wrecks.
Unfortunately, motorcycles offer drivers and their passengers less protection than most other types of vehicles.
If you are a victim of one of these unfortunate incidents, it is imperative that you seek legal representation.
You need a law firm that has extensive experience in personal injury law. The Bernard Law Group has a proven track record of success with motorcycle crash claims.
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How can we do this? With a personal touch and a level of knowledge that’s second to none.
Our Washington motorcycle accident attorneys bring with them unique case law that they’ve studied carefully.
Let us put this expertise on the subject to work for you.
Our attorneys will:
- Carefully study the scene of the accident and compile all the necessary evidence that helps to prove your case
- Determine whether all liable parties followed relevant safety procedures
- Examine the various circumstances that caused the crash and look into whether important warning signage was readily visible
- Lastly consult with experts such as accident reconstruction specialists and medical investigators who can provide unvarnished testimony on your behalf
By answering the above questions, we can better estimate a proper claim amount to pursue. Another key factor to consider is the careful documentation of expenses related to your motorcycle accident. Medical bills, pay stubs, income tax returns, and other receipts can help prove lost income and an unwarranted financial burden.
Don’t hesitate. Contact us immediately if you think you have a case. Our toll-free number is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A member of our expert legal staff is ready to provide you with a free consultation at all times. You can also fill out the form on this page and we’ll get back to you shortly.
When claiming negligence, you must prove the following factors:
- Negligence – The other party was to blame for the cause of the accident.
- Damages – You quantifiable harm as a result of the motorcycle collision.
- Causation – The other party’s negligence links directly to the cause of the crash.
The Best Part? No Upfront Fees.
We offer our services to you on a contingency fee basis. You don’t pay us until we win your case. You have no risk or obligation.
The roads can be treacherous. Your recovery shouldn’t be. Contact the motorcycle accident lawyers of Bernard Law Group today.
Below is a significant case settlement for a recent motorcycle accident case:
The responsible party left a construction defect in the roadway. The defect caused an accident. A passing automobile struck our client, the motorcyclist, who lost control. Our efforts included 65 depositions and 2 years of litigation. As a result, the case settled 2 weeks before trial.
Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Ready To Help
The Bernard Law Group has years of experience in motorcycle crash cases and Washington state motorcycle laws. First, our skilled team of attorneys investigate the facts and assess your claim.
After that, we establish which parties and insurance companies should be held responsible. Finally, we organize all of the necessary details to compose and present your case.