EXPERIENCED MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYER IN BOISE

If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle accident, your life will never be the same. Talk to a Boise based motorcycle accident attorney today to discuss your options.Motorcycle accidents are common, but can have devastating consequences due to the biker’s body being exposed. Even minor motorcycle accidents can leave bikers with broken bones and serious scrapes or burns. Major motorcycle accidents can cause head injuries, especially if the biker wasn’t wearing a helmet, loss of limbs and even death.All too often, motor vehicle drivers don’t pay attention to motorcyclists on the road and cause accidents due to negligence and carelessness. A law abiding motorcyclist can get cut off or sideswiped by a driver who wasn’t looking, run off the road or even hit head on by a driver who was texting and driving. If you are or a loved one are a victim of a motorcycle accident caused by a careless driver, you may be entitled to compensation to cover your medical bills as well as pain and suffering.Motorcycle accidents can cause a variety of difficulties for the victim, including:

  • Serious injuries
  • Immediate medical attention
  • Long term medical treatment
  • Specialized medical equipment to perform daily tasks
  • Loss of job and wages
  • Permanent disability
  • Wrongful death


Get The Help Of A Boise Attorney Specializing In Motorcycle Accident Cases Now

Motorcyclists that have been involved in an accident will often be left with significant expenses, from medical care to loss of wages and more. The person or company accountable for the accident needs to take responsibility for the costs that the victim incurs as a result of the accident, and the experienced lawyers at Rossman Law Group can help ensure you get the restitution you are entitled to.We are well versed in the intricacies of motorcycle law, and are dedicated to assisting you throughout this difficult time. Call us to schedule an appointment for a consultation with a motorcycle accident attorney located in Boise, Idaho today.