Schemery Zicolello

Our firm helps motorcycle accident victims and their families

As the weather cools, many Pennsylvania motorcyclists will likely give up riding for the winter. While these riders may be safe in larger vehicles over the cooler months, the danger of a motorcycle accident will still remain next spring. In particular, the risk of catastrophic injuries -- like a spinal cord injury -- remains high. As we explained in a recent blog post, these injuries can create permanent damage. There is no cure for spinal cord injuries, for example.

Even when injuries are not permanent, they can still create major disruptions in the lives motorcycle accident victims. In addition to the property damage caused by a wreck, people can suffer unexpected medical costs. These expenses can easily create financial difficulties for Pennsylvania families. In some cases, people may be unable to work as they recover -- thereby deepening financial troubles for victims.

Our law firm understands the costs associated with even minor motorcycle accidents. We also know that these costs may not be immediately apparent to the victims. People may not be able to realize the long lasting effects these financial setbacks can cause their family as they heal and recover. However, our law firm has the experience to see how much compensation a family needs. We can see through low-ball offers given by insurance companies to quickly settle a case.

Our firm has over 20 years of experience handling these types of cases. We can help people investigate the circumstances of the accident to show that they were not at fault in order to obtain maximum compensation. With our help, people can prove their damages and overcome any stereotypes against motorcyclists in order to get the compensation they need.

Our firm's motorcycle accident webpage can provide victims and their families with more information about how we can help people in this situation.

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