Motorcycle Accidents in Utah

If you're in a motorcycle accident, you're almost five times more likely to get injured, and 27 times more likely to die than in a passenger car accident, reports the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration. If you were injured in a motorcycle crash, or a family member died in one that was caused by the carelessness and negligence of somebody else, an experienced and successful Utah motorcycle accident attorney from Hepworth & Associates is prepared to meet with you and discuss your options at any one of our four locations.

You most likely have a lot of questions, as most motorcycle accident victims do:

  • How can you help me to get compensation for my damages?
  • How do we pursue making the at-fault party or parties take responsibility?
  • How much expert legal representation going to cost me?

A consultation with Hepworth & Associates is free, there is no risk for you to consult with us, and no fee unless we win for you, so why wait? Call us today at (801) 872-2222 for a FREE case review.

Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

A serious motorcycle accident injury is likely to affect you for the rest of your life. Some of the most serious injuries include:

    • Traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries
    • Multiple fractures requiring surgery
    • Organ damage
    • Cartilage and tissue injuries
    • Severe infection from "road rash"

Get the Compensation That You Deserve

Motorcycles present a low profile in traffic, and other drivers just don't see them until the last second or upon impact. This is especially true when the other driver is turning left. Our experienced, respected and aggressive motorcycle accident lawyers can help you get the compensation that you deserve for your present and future medical expenses, lost earnings, permanent disfigurement and disability, pain and suffering and loss of a normal life.

Shifting the Blame Over to You

As soon as the opposing insurance company learns that you've been injured in a motorcycle crash with their insured person, they know that they’re facing significant financial loss. They’re going to do anything that it can to shift the blame for the accident over onto you. Their objective is to pay you as little as possible or nothing at all for your damages; that's how the bottom line is preserved for insurance companies. Our objective when we're retained as your motorcycle accident lawyers is to maximize your compensation, because we know that your injuries are likely to be with you for the rest of your life.

Building Your Case

Once we're retained in a motorcycle accident case, our investigation is extensive and thorough. No details are overlooked. We travel to the scene of the crash, and we familiarize ourselves with it. Then we take photos, preserve any video camera footage of the crash and interview witnesses. Every page of every medical record and report is scrutinized for purposes of proving your damages. That's because every case file in our offices is set up as if the case is going to trial. Insurance companies know that about us too, and they become more reasonable to deal with. They're afraid of an angry jury and taking an even bigger hit than they expected.

We Have the Expertise and Resources to Effectively Represent You

After suffering serious injuries in a motorcycle crash, it can take many months of treatment and therapy to reach the plateau of maximum medical improvement. We'll be preparing your case every step of the way. Hepworth & Associates Attorneys have the expertise and resources necessary to bring your personal injury case before a judge and jury if necessary.

If you have been injured in a motorcycle crash, or if a family member died in one, don't cooperate with the opposing insurer. The law doesn't require you to. You can preserve, protect and assert your rights by contacting us right away by phone or online. There's no obligation in obtaining a free consultation and personal injury case evaluation.

We take accident cases on a contingency fee basis, so no legal fees are due unless we obtain compensation for you. Call (801) 872-2222, or contact us online today!