Springfield Motorcycle Accident Attorney

All too often, the careless or reckless actions of another driver cause a Springfield motorcycle crash. It is the motorcyclist who endures serious injuries, enormous financial stress, and a long recovery. Sometimes, catastrophic, life-altering injuries occur. Under Massachusetts law, motorcyclists can hold at-fault drivers legally responsible for their injuries, expenses, and losses.

Our Springfield, MA, personal injury lawyers from Trantolo & Trantolo, LLC, can help you get the justice you deserve based on your collision case. You can trust us to fight for fair compensation on your behalf.  Let Our Family, Help Your Family.

Contact us at (844) 999-9999 today to learn more. We provide free consultations for Springfield motorcycle accident victims and their families.

What Damages Will a Springfield, MA, Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Seek in Your Case?

After  a motorcycle crash, the victim typically endures a wide range of expenses and losses. The costs associated with an injury accident add up quickly. Under Massachusetts law, motorcyclists can recover money for these damages by negotiating a settlement or winning a verdict in court.

When we represent an injured motorcyclist, our attorneys identify the recoverable damages, document them, and determine a fair settlement range for the case. Only then can we act to recover this money for our client.

Each case is unique and different, but some common types of recoverable damages in these cases include:

  • Current and future medical care costs for accident injuries and related needs
  • Ongoing care and support costs for serious injuries
  • Income losses if the victim misses work
  • Diminished earning capacity if they cannot return to work
  • Property damages, including motorcycle replacement
  • Miscellaneous expenses with receipts
  • Intangible losses, such as pain and suffering

Wrongful Death in Springfield Motorcycle Collisions

Unfortunately, some motorcycle crashes result in  fatal injuries.  Surviving family members may  be entitled to compensation by holding the at-fault driver responsible.

Some of the wrongful death damages you could pursue include:

  • Income the decedent could have earned
  • Funeral and burial costs
  • Loss of care, companionship, guidance, and counsel
  • Loss of services and protection

Our legal team can explain more about wrongful death cases during your free initial consultation.

Our Springfield Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Fight for Justice for Clients

At Trantolo & Trantolo, LLC, our lawyers have been fighting for the rights of crash victims for more than 85  years. Our firm was founded in 1938 and continues to help our clients get justice by seeking fair compensation. We aim to recover your economic and non-economic costs and hold the negligent party accountable.

With our proven track record of recovering fair compensation for clients, you can trust that we know how to handle these cases while you focus on your health and rehabilitation. Some recent settlements we’ve won for our clients include:

  • $3,000,000 settlement for a motorcycle rider’s family following a fatal truck accident
  • $1,900,000 settlement for a client who suffered serious injuries after a truck turned in front of her motorcycle
  • $1,700,000 settlement for a client who was a motorcycle passenger in a crash
  • $1,250,000 settlement for a motorcyclist who suffered brain injuries after a limo swerved into his lane
  • $1,200,000 settlement for a client with long-term injuries after being ejected from her bike in a crash

Though these case results don’t guarantee a specific outcome in your case, they demonstrate how hard we will work for you.

We Fight Your Case Without Asking for Any Upfront Payments

Our law firm will fight for the money you deserve without requiring any upfront payments. We work on a contingency-fee basis, so you never owe us anything upfront or out-of-pocket. Instead, we receive a percentage of your compensation once we win or settle your case.

With this payment agreement, you can avoid spending any additional money on your case. We understand that your medical costs and property damage expenses add up quickly after an accident. We do not wish to add to your financial burden by demanding upfront payment. Contact  us today for a free initial consultation to find out more about our fee structure.

Our Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Know How Springfield Crash Claims Work

Massachusetts requires drivers to carry no-fault insurance to pay for their minor or moderate injuries after a crash, regardless of fault. However, this personal injury protection (PIP) coverage is not always available for motorcyclists. Instead of seeking compensation through their own insurance company, injured riders would need to pursue a payout from the liable party’s insurance company.

Most collisions occur due to someone else’s negligence. This may be because they failed to see a motorcyclist while turning, failed to yield to an oncoming motorcyclist, failed to check an adjacent lane before moving over, or made other mistakes behind the wheel.

Our auto accident lawyers know how to identify the cause of the crash and liable party in a Springfield motorcycle collision. This allows us to hold the at-fault driver responsible and get our client justice through a settlement or court award.

How Our Springfield Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Build a Compelling Case

When another driver causes a motorcycle accident in Springfield, MA, the victim can hold them legally accountable and recover compensation. However, doing so requires showing they acted carelessly or recklessly. This requires us to investigate what happened and gather evidence to document it.

Some steps we must take in handling these cases include:

  • Obtaining the police accident report
  • Interviewing eyewitnesses
  • Seeking any available video of the crash
  • Working with accident reconstruction experts
  • Requesting relevant medical records
  • Discussing the case with medical experts
  • Gathering documentation of damages

Proving Negligence in a Springfield Motorcycle Accident Case

Without strong evidence to support your case, we cannot recover the compensation our client needs to cover their damages. We need documentation to show they acted negligently.

Negligence occurs when one party:

  • Owes a duty of care to the other
  • Fails to uphold their duty, often by violating a traffic law
  • Causes the accident through a negligent action or inaction
  • Causes the victim to suffer damages

Using Evidence to Prove Negligence in a Springfield Crash Case

Our personal injury attorneys can work to prove the other party’s fault by gathering evidence. Some of the evidence we can use includes:

  • Photos and videos of the accident scene
  • Photos and videos of your injuries
  • Statements from eyewitnesses and expert witnesses like medical professionals
  • Your medical records and bills
  • Proof of your pre-accident income
  • The police report

Our team will thoroughly investigate your case to prove you deserve fair compensation.

When Should You Contact a Springfield Motorcycle Crash Lawyer About Your Case?

Under Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 260 § 2A, injured parties usually have up to three years to file the paperwork to start a lawsuit. However, we cannot wait until this deadline is approaching to get started. We recommend motorcycle accident victims call us as soon as their injuries are healed enough to make the call. You can also call on behalf of a loved one with catastrophic injuries if they cannot call on their own right now.

Learning about a motorcycle accident case early, allows us more time to collect all the necessary evidence. Some types of evidence tend to disappear quickly if we do not act to preserve them. This makes getting started right away important to your case.

For example, nearby businesses with security cameras could pick up video of the crash. However, they only keep these recordings for a limited period of time. If we do not talk to them to get a copy during this time, it could be gone forever.

Discuss Your Springfield Motorcycle Accident Case With Our Team Today for Free

At Trantolo & Trantolo, LLC, our team will review your case for free. We provide a complimentary initial consultation to anyone who suffered injuries in a motorcycle crash. During this consultation, you will get answers to your questions and learn more about how our Springfield motorcycle accident lawyers can  handle your case. We are here for you when you need us the most. Let Our Family, Help Your Family.

Contact us today. We have someone available to speak with you now. Use our online contact form or call (844) 999-9999 to reach our legal team for your free consultation.

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