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Help, I Was Injured In A Motorcycle Accident

Motorists often overlook motorcycle riders. If you have an injury due to a motorcycle accident it is in your best interest to contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible. You deserve to be fully compensated for everything you have suffered.

Our attorneys at Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., have a solid record of obtaining the maximum compensation for the injured. For more than 50 years we have helped thousands of people throughout North Carolina fight for full compensation for their injuries. Our skilled legal counsel teams up with experienced professionals and use state-of-the-art technology to construct strategies to resolve your case.

Motorcycle Accidents Are Fatal

Motorcycle riders have a higher fatality rate per unit of distance traveled in comparison to other vehicles, and the injuries are often catastrophic. Riders are aware of the risks involved with operating a motorcycle and ride with safety in mind. Yet, even with the best protective gear, impacting a tree can transmit the full energy of the collision into your body. The common types of injuries include:

It is the duty of all drivers to lookout for motorcycle riders, and when a motorcycle accident occurs it is your duty to seek justice for yourself. We know that many people have an idea in mind that motorcycle riders are risk takers and may be responsible for their own accidents. We know how to overcome that prejudice and build a winning case on your behalf.

You May Qualify For Contingency-Based Fees

We begin our counsel with a free consultation where we can advise you on your case. You can rely on our skilled advocacy and our team of experienced professionals to help you secure the best possible outcome. At Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., we fight for the resolution you want.

Contact our Goldsboro office for your free consultations. Our number is 919-585-4114. You can also reach us by completing this online contact form.

You pay no fees unless we recover for you.