Aggressive Legal Representation After Devastating Motorcycle Accidents

More motorcyclists are injured or killed in multi-vehicle crashes than those involved in passenger vehicle crashes. Most motorcycle injuries occur to the head and neck and often affect the brain and spinal cord. Internal organs frequently sustain serious damage, and 22 percent of injuries involve the legs and feet. Injuries resulting from such crashes can be catastrophic.

When you suffer injuries due to a motorcycle accident, the lawyers at Simms & Associates in Birmingham can assist. Our attorney Derek Simms has been riding motorcycles for over 30 years. He understands the unique risks motorcycle riders face every day on Alabama's roadways.

Our firm has advocated for the rights of Alabama injury victims since 1999. With extensive trial experience, as well as vast knowledge of the law, we can provide the aggressive legal representation you need.

Can Damages Be Recovered After Single-Vehicle Crashes?

As with any car or truck accident, motorcyclists can pursue compensation against another negligent driver who is liable for the collision. It may be possible, in the event of a single-vehicle motorcycle crash, to still recover compensation.

Because they only have two wheels, motorcycles are more susceptible to crashes when a road has potholes or other construction defects. The government can be held accountable for your injuries if their negligence led to your accident.

Securing damages from a government entity is difficult. Our skilled team includes a former accident reconstructionist and claims adjuster. We have an unparalleled knowledge in accident law. Our lawyers leverage this insight to put our clients in a favorable position, no matter who the liable entity is.

Do Not Wait To Involve An Experienced Attorney

If you have suffered a motorcycle injury in Birmingham or anywhere in Alabama, Simms & Associates can help. We will pursue the maximum amount of damages possible for your case to enable you to move forward with your life.

Contact our Birmingham office to find out how we can assist. Schedule a free initial consultation by calling 205-453-9700 or by emailing us.