3 Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Each year, there are numerous motorcycle accidents across the U.S., causing innocent and unsuspecting drivers serious harm and losses. While many different factors can cause motorcycle accidents, certain factors and circumstances have been found to be more prevalent.
Suffering through a motorcycle accident can leave you with substantial physical injuries, emotional trauma, and financial burdens. Fortunately for many victims, another party may be responsible for paying for your injuries or medical costs if it was their recklessness or negligence which caused the accident. To learn about taking legal action in such a situation and pursuing compensation, contact an experienced Birmingham motorcycle accident lawyer of Yearout & Traylor, P.C., today at 205-414-8160.
3 Common Causes
There are many different ways in which another person can cause a motorcycle accident. However, three common causes of motorcycle accidents, for which another party can be held liable, include:
- Driver Error
- Design or Manufacturing Errors
- Drunk Driving
These types of actions or factors increase the chances of a motorcyclist being involved in a serious and dangerous accident. If, or when, a driver suffers from someone else’s mistake, such as a manufacturing error or a driver’s dangerous behavior, that motorcyclist may be able to take legal action against the person responsible for the accident and injury.
To learn more about your options if you have been wrongfully hurt in a motorcycle accident, contact the experienced Birmingham motorcycle accident attorneys of Yearout & Traylor, P.C., today by calling our offices at 205-414-8160. We have the skills and knowledge to provide you with comprehensive legal support.