Motorcycle Accidents

Avid motorcyclists enjoy San Diego because it allows them the opportunity to head out on area roads year round. The nice weather and ocean scenery make it an ideal place to ride. Unfortunately, California has seen the number of motorcycle accidents increase over time, and in many cases, this has resulted in serious injuries and death.

At West Coast United Law, we are committed to protecting the claims of motorcycle enthusiasts. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a crash, we will aggressively seek compensation for you. Our attorney, George Arvanitis, has more than three decades of experience in personal injury law, working on the insurance defense side before representing people like you who have been injured due to another's negligence.

Assisting With All Issues Connected To Your Claim

There is often no way for a motorcyclist to avoid being injured in an accident. When a crash occurs, they are often the ones who take the full effect of the impact. Because of this, the injuries that we see in these accidents are usually extremely serious. Common injuries in motorcycle accidents include:

  • Head injuries, including traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
  • Broken arms, legs, shoulders, wrists and ankles
  • Back injuries
  • Spinal injuries, including paraplegia and quadriplegia
  • Burns and road rash
  • Amputations

The more severe your injuries, the more important it is for you to speak to us about your case. We can make sure that you are able to see the doctors you need to see to get a complete assessment of your medical needs, both in the short and long term. We can then prepare a strong case that puts you in a position to recover what you deserve for your injuries and damages.

Schedule Your Free Consultation With West Coast United Law

Your claim requires an experienced attorney to give you a better chance of recovering maximum compensation. To meet with one of our lawyers, please call toll free at 800-483-1729. Our phones are answers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may also contact us via email to arrange your free consultation. We can meet with you at whatever location is most convenient for you if your injuries prevent you from coming to our office.