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Motorcycle Accident Attorney in El Paso

motorcycle accident attorneyAt the Aranda Law Firm, our experienced motorcycle accident attorney is always striving to do what is best for all of our clients throughout Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Our attorneys have achieved successful and significant results in a variety of personal injury matters. If you’ve ever been in a motorcycle accident or know someone who has, you know motorcycle accidents can be particularly devastating as the injuries that result are much more likely to be serious. Accordingly, if you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact the experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorney at the Aranda Law Firm today.

Motorcycle Accidents Can Be Devastating

Many people enjoy the feeling of freedom that riding a motorcycle can provide as nothing is separating you from the wind and the elements. Hitting the open road with the wind blowing through your hair can be an enjoyable experience. However, it can also potentially be a dangerous one. Accidents that involve motorcycles can cause serious and permanent injuries and disfigurement, and in some cases, these injuries can be fatal. Statistics reveal that those who ride motorcycles are more likely to suffer fatal injuries in an accident than those who drive other kinds of motor vehicles. These statistics are unsurprising given that a motorcycle does not offer the protection to its riders that other motor vehicles do for their drivers. Helmets can protect motorcyclists to some extent, but a helmet is not a substitute for airbags or the metal frame of a passenger vehicle.

Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Motorcycle accidents can cause a wide range of injuries, from minor bumps and bruises to broken bones and road rash. However, more often than not, motorcycle accidents result in serious and permanently debilitating injuries. Serious accident injuries can cause temporary or permanent paralysis, brain damage, and in some cases, the injuries can be fatal. When a serious motorcycle accident occurs, riders and their families usually end up dealing with a lifetime of expensive and extensive medical treatment.

Determining Fault in a Motorcycle Accident

Determining who is responsible for a motorcycle accident is not always an easy task. However, in most instances, liability or fault is governed by the theory of negligence. This means that under most circumstances, individuals must exercise reasonable care toward others so that they don’t cause injuries or other damages. But when an individual fails to exercise reasonable care, and they end up causing injuries to another, they can be held negligent, or at fault for those injuries.

Drivers are required to use reasonable care so as to avoid injuring others, including other drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. But when a driver deviates from or fails to follow this standard of care, and this failure causes and/or contributes to an accident, they can be liable for any injuries or other damages that result from the accident. For instance, if a driver runs through a stop sign or red light and they are involved in a crash with you, the driver could be found negligent or at fault for your injuries and any other damages that occurred due to the accident. This means that this at-fault driver would be required to compensate you for any injuries you sustain. Accordingly, if you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident and you think another individual was the cause of the accident, it is important that you contact an experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorney as soon after your accident as possible to preserve your rights to compensation.

Contact the Aranda Law Firm Today!

If you have sustained injuries in a motorcycle accident, no matter how minor or severe, you should seriously consider consulting with an experienced Motorcycle Accident Attorney right away. Accidents that involve motorcycles are not always easy to prove given that oftentimes, a number of individuals are involved, or a variety of factors caused or contributed to the accident. By hiring a dedicated and skilled attorney who has successfully litigated motorcycle accident cases, you are more likely to achieve a successful outcome in your case. At the Aranda Law Firm, our legal team can help you obtain the compensation you need and deserve. Contact us today!

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