As an Alaska motorcycle accident attorneys, Ben Crittenden knows how devastating a motorcycle accident can be.
Many bikers take great precautions to avoid getting themselves into accidents. However, other drivers who are out of their biker’s control can make mistakes that cause serious accidents. Speeding, alcohol, drug use, and disobeying traffic laws greatly increase the chances of a serious motorcycle accident.
In addition, many bikers don’t know what to do after a they are in a motorcycle accident. After an accident, a biker should seek legal advice from an attorney with experience in motorcycle accidents. At the Law Office of Ben Crittenden, we understand first hand how easily a motorcycle accident can happen and have seen the road through your eyes.
Let an experienced, qualified trial lawyer, who understands Alaska motorcycle accidents review your case. We can fully evaluate your case and provide a complete analysis of your claim.
How many people are injured or killed in motorcycle accidents?
Believe it or not, every year nearly 2,000 motorcyclists die and 50,000 are injured. Because of the nature of a motorcycle, about 80% of all motorcycle accidents in Alaska result in injury or death.
What it the main cause of death in these accidents?
Head trauma is the most common cause of death among motorcyclists.
How can I protect myself as a motorcyclist?
Motorcyclists should ride defensively and remain aware of their surroundings. They should obey the traffic laws and follow the speed limit. To protect themselves in the case of an accident, they should wear their helmet and other safety gear such as gloves, goggles or other eye protection, proper footwear, and jackets.
What should I do if I am involved in a motorcycle accident?
First, you should seek proper medical attention and notify the authorities. Then you should contact an experienced motorcycle attorney such as the Law Office of Ben Crittenden to allow us to begin to gather information about your accident.
What if a loved one has been killed in a motorcycle accident?
A family member may be entitled to claim for wrongful death depending on the circumstances surrounding the accident.
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Seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in the State of Alaska? Want to know if you have a legal case? Want to know what your motorcycle accident case is worth? Call Ben Crittenden, an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer, at 907-771-9002 for a FREE legal consultation regarding your motorcycle injury case. Visit our contact page to send us a message directly.
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