Arizona motorcycle accident injuries can be severe. We can help
Arizona's wide-open highways are ideal places to ride a motorcycle. Unfortunately, accidents happen. And when they do, motorcycle accident injuries in Arizona can sometimes be very severe, especially if the motorcyclist is not wearing a helmet. In Arizona, only people under 17 years old are required to wear a motorcycle helmet.
In 2011, there were 2,980 motorcycle accidents in Arizona, according to the state Department of Transportation. Of those accidents, 2,553 people were injured and 132 died that year in Arizona.
How a motorcycle accident lawyer in Phoenix can help
Every accident matters. That's why we provide an individualized approach aimed at addressing each client's unique needs. That's Israel & Gerity, PLLC way of doing things - hands on, detail oriented, results driven.
Located in Phoenix and serving clients throughout Arizona, Israel & Gerity, PLLC has been defending the rights of motorcyclists for years. Often, some people unfairly assume the motorcyclist is to blame for an accident. They try to paint the motorcycle rider as a reckless, out-of-control hooligan.
We know better. We know that Arizona motorcyclists follow the rules of the road just like all of us. We know that many drivers fail to look carefully when turning or passing, sometimes resulting in accidents involving motorcyclists. The number one cause of all motorcycle accidents is a collision with a motor vehicle. In 2010, a total of 1,436 accidents - more than 48 percent - of all motorcycle accidents could be traced back to a crash involving a motor vehicle.
Reach out to an experienced motorcycle accident attorney in Phoenix
If you've been injured in a motorcycle accident in Arizona, take action. Contact a no-nonsense Phoenix motorcycle accident lawyer who will fight for your rights. Contact us at Israel & Gerity, PLLC today.