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Effective, Experienced Counsel For Your Motorcycle Accident Injury

Most motorcyclists are aware of their rights and responsibilities while riding. Other motorists also have responsibilities — they must recognize that motorcyclists have rights and extend courtesy to them when they are sharing the road.

One of the most common causes of motorcycle accidents are motorists’ failure to see motorcycles. “I didn’t see him.” This has been said over and over, time and again, and it is inexcusable.

If you or a loved one was injured in a motorcycle accident, turn to the Valdosta law firm that understands the rules and responsibilities of those who share the road with motorcycles. At the law office of Jennifer E. Williams, LLC, we provide compassionate legal help for an array of injury matters throughout Lowndes County and southern Georgia. Schedule a free consultation for more information at 229-232-8570.

Serious Accidents, Serious Representation

In any accident involving a motorcycle, the potential for severe injury goes up dramatically. When a motorcycle rider is hit by a car, there is nothing to absorb the impact of the blow. The entire force of the impact is taken directly by the rider.

We have seen clients with various injuries from vehicle accidents and are committed to obtaining full compensation that accommodates your needs. Attorney Williams represents clients who have suffered all types of serious injuries, including the following:

  • Broken bones
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Permanent scarring
  • Loss of limb or loss of use of a limb
  • Wrongful death

Connect With Us Now

Contact our office to discuss your motorcycle accident claim with a lawyer. We offer a free initial consultation to all new clients. You can reach us by phone at 229-232-8570 or by completing our online contact form to schedule an appointment.

Case Results

$100,000.00
Policy Limits in a Wrongful Death case involving a motorcycle.

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