Kansas City Motorcycle Merging Accident Attorney
LEGAL REPRESENTATION AGAINST NEGLIGENT DRIVERS
In 2014, almost 2,000 people were injured and about 90 people were killed in motorcycle crashes in the state of Missouri. Schmitt Law Firm, LLC provides tenacious representation for clients injured in motorcycle accidents. We can work to understand the facts of your case and discuss your options to seek a solution that benefits you.
WHEN MERGING INTO A LANE WITH A CAR GOES WRONG
Merging accidents occur for a variety of reasons in a variety of circumstances. They often happen near freeway exit or entrance ramps or in places where the lanes become restricted due to an accident or road construction. Because of limited protection and padding, motorcyclists are especially at risk for injury in merging or lane change accidents, so it is important to practice cautious driving habits and be aware of road signs that warn of merging lanes.
What are some common causes for merging accidents?
- Failing to use signals properly
- Failing to check blind spots before changing lanes
- Speeding up to merge with other cars
- Using erratic or unpredictable maneuvers to merge between lanes
Drunk or distracted driving can also play a part in merging and lane change accidents, and broken bones, concussions, and other serious injuries may result from such accidents. At Schmitt Law Firm, LLC, our Kansas City motorcycle accident lawyers are prepared to investigate the specific facts of your incident and fight for your right to compensation. Our team has 60 years of combined experience that we use to help our clients seek a positive solution for a variety of motorcycle injury cases. We can aggressively represent you in court.
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