Johns Creek, Georgia Motorcycle Accident

Practice Area photoEvery year there are a handful of motorcycle accidents that happen in Johns Creek, Georgia. While motorcycle accidents may seem similar to other motor vehicle accidents, there are some essential differences, such as the smaller size of a motorcycle and the specific laws and regulations that govern motorcycle drivers. Getting in touch with an attorney that has experience with motorcycle accidents in the Georgia area is vital to ensuring that you have a strong case should you choose to seek financial compensation for your injuries. Trusted Johns Creek motorcycle accident attorney Charles Scholle has years of experience dealing with motorcycle accidents and injuries and knows how to get you maximum compensation for your unique circumstances.
 
Charles Scholle will start an investigation of your incident, starting by asking you for your account of the accident, talking to witnesses, getting any pictures, getting a police report, and hiring a motorcycle accident reconstructionist if necessary.  He will also get in touch with your doctors and get a medical report to make sure that all your medical injuries, from minor bone fractures to severe brain injuries, are documented and that you get fair compensation.

Although it is often perceived that motorcyclists are reckless drivers and may use the small build of their vehicle to travel through traffic aggressively, usually the case is actually that the driver of a car does not see the motorcycle and carelessly hits them.  In these cases, the insurance company representing the other driver doesn’t want the motorcycle rider to hire an attorney.  They will have their own lawyer who wants to settle quickly and for as little money as possible.  By trying to settle everything right away, the insurance company will can get out of paying any financial support that may be needed to deal with severe injuries that do not surface till some time after the accident itself. Insurance companies are working strictly to make economic decisions that minimize the amount of money paid out.  It is for this reason that motorcycle riders should invest in motorcycle insurance, which is required by most states and can protect an injured rider against an uninsured motorist.  

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact Scholle Law to learn about your legal rights and see how you can be compensated for your personal injuries and pain and suffering.