Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents run the greatest risk for causing serious and fatal injuries. Inattentive truck and car drivers can change a life or take it by not paying attention to the motorcycles driving around them. At Bart Durham Injury Law, in Nashville, Tennessee, I represent motorcycle drivers and their family members who have suffered injuries and loss.

Choosing a motorcycle as a mode of transportation puts you at a higher risk for injuries. No matter how careful you are or how many defensive driving tactics you employ on the road, one driver who is impaired or preoccupied can run into your bike, causing head trauma or a spinal cord injury. A car provides somewhat of a cocoon of protection. Motorcyclists do not have that luxury. When their body leaves a motorcycle following a collision, catastrophic injury and even death can occur in a split second.

With or without a helmet, a motorcycle accident can cause serious injuries. My firm advocates for the rights of motorcyclists and their family members who have had their lives upended by a motorcycle accident. The attorneys here take a hands-on, proactive approach to all motorcycle accident cases. There is no "cookie-cutter" approach to a personal injury case. Cases are treated individually, and your attorney will draw upon the experience of other skilled lawyers and independent experts to establish the strongest case possible for recovering the full and fair money damages you need and deserve.

A settlement can happen in a motorcycle accident case, but hopefully not the one that the defendant's insurance company offered you immediately after the crash. My firm will account for the full extent of your injuries, pain and suffering, and loss of work. If someone dies in a motorcycle accident, that takes the damages to a new level.

Hire a competent, experienced attorney. The lawyer and his staff do the work. There is enough stress in life without being your own lawyer. Wherever you are in Tennessee, call my firm at 615-338-6177 or toll free 866-468-6603. You may also contact the firm by email to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation.