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Adverse Weather Motorcycle Accident Attorney
While many motorcyclists take all of the necessary precautions to protect themselves in adverse weather conditions, sometimes these measures aren’t enough on their own. Municipalities also have a responsibility to take action in order to keep drivers safe in such conditions. Since motorcyclists are so vulnerable, these injuries are potentially life-threatening and may require prolonged medical attention and rehabilitation for an individual to recover. The adverse weather motorcycle accident attorneys with The Biker Lawyers will work to hold negligent parties responsible for your injuries.
Adverse Weather Conditions
During the following adverse weather conditions, municipalities are typically responsible for maintaining the safety of the road to protect drivers and motorcyclists alike:
- Rain storms
- Sleet and hail storms
- Snow storms
Of particular importance, municipalities are typically obligated to ensure roadways are safe to travel upon during winter adverse weather conditions—or close roads when this is not possible. As such, the municipalities who fail to ensure the safety of their roads may be held financially liable for any accident that occurs as the result adverse weather conditions. However, to determine whether you may hold anyone liable for the injuries you sustained in an accident, it is highly advisable you consult with an experienced personal injury attorney.
Consult with an Adverse Weather Accident Attorney
The Biker Lawyers, your adverse weather accident attorneys, will aggressively pursue financial restitution from anyone responsible for the injury you sustained in your motorcycle accident. To discuss the particulars of your accident in with a member of our legal team, please call our offices at (877) 209-9452 today.