Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

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Rockville Motor Bike Injury Lawyers Who Make a Difference

Car drivers have always had trouble seeing motorcycles. Similarly, and despite advances in safety equipment and efforts to get other drivers to be more cautious — motorcyclists have always been extremely vulnerable to severe and fatal injury.

Today’s oversized vehicles, traffic congestion, decaying roads and modern distractions such as cell phones have made both of these issues more of a problem than ever before for people who ride.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident in Maryland, Washington, D.C. or northern Virginia, contact Rowe Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC. Our Maryland motorcycle accident attorneys provide aggressive representation on behalf of motorcycle accident victims in all three areas, working hard to help them recover full compensation for the injuries and tremendous losses they have suffered due to the careless or reckless driving of others.

Let our experience, our investigative and expert resources and our aggressive approach make a real difference for you.

Do Not Wait to Contact an Attorney

Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia are three of the five U.S. jurisdictions that still use the harsh rule of pure contributory negligence. In real terms, this means that if the defense can prove you were even one percent at-fault for the motorcycle accident — you can be completely barred from recovery.

While there are ways around this, it is absolutely vital that you speak to an attorney about your case as soon as possible.

Our knowledge of the bike laws, of motorcycle accident causes, of both auto-motorcycle and single bike accidents, and of how to prevent the defense from exploiting potential jury bias and making you a victim once again — these are valuable and important assets to have working for you in this fight. And make no mistake, there will almost certainly be a fight given the enormous costs of modern medical care for serious injuries.