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After a Motorcycle Accident

Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?

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What steps should you take after a motorcycle accident?

Motorcycles are a fun and exciting mode of transportation that have become increasingly popular over the last decade. Riders enjoy the liberating feeling of riding a bike on remote highways and appreciate the convenience of owning a vehicle that has comparatively lower gasoline costs. However, it should come as no surprise to any rider that motorcycle riding does have a higher risk for injury and accident. Most motorcyclists take safety courses, respect the road, and practice safe driving to limit their risk of being involved in an accident.

Unfortunately, there are times when a rider goes down or is injured, not by his own riding mistake, but due to a faulty product or part on his bike. Manufacturers of motorcycle parts and frames have an obligation to their consumers to produce safe, working products that do not pose any potential risk for injury. If it is discovered that a certain item may be harmful to consumers, manufacturing companies must take the responsibility to inform consumers through proper labeling and, if necessary, product recalls.

Filing a Motorcycle Accident Lawsuit

If you or someone you know has been injured because of a defective motorcycle design or part, you may be able to file a claim against the manufacturing company. Laws surrounding product liability can be complicated, so it is best to seek legal advice to learn about the rights that you have.

In a product liability claim, it is common that the plaintiff must prove the following:

  • The product was, in fact, defective.
  • The defect existed prior to the manufacturer’s release.
  • The defect caused your damages.
  • The product contained defective parts.
  • The product was not properly label to warn of the harm associated with the use of the product.

If you have been seriously injured in a Georgia motorcycle accident due to a defective part or design, you need to hire an experienced motorcycle injury attorney to protect your rights.

We are experienced and accomplished personal injury lawyers handling motorcycle injury cases for clients in Georgia, and those traveling to and from Georgia. Call today for your free consultation with one of our trusted attorneys.