Motorcycles are much smaller than the average vehicle. For this reason, it is all too common for other drivers to fail to see them in their blind spots. An unsafe lane change accident can cause a serious accident.
Because an accident on your motorcycle means your body is directly impacted, your risk of serious injury is increased. Serious injuries can cost you thousands or more in medical bills and keep you out of work indefinitely. When you are ready to hold the at-fault driver responsible for your injuries, an injury lawyer for motorcycle accidents caused by an unsafe lane change in Phoenix is ready to help.
Call Zanes Law at (833)-629-7684 for a free consultation. We come to you, wherever it is most convenient.
Responsible motorcycle drivers make a point of obeying traffic safety rules, wearing helmets on every ride to reduce their risks of serious injuries, and ensuring passengers wear helmets as well. No matter how many safety precautions you take, though, you cannot control the behavior of other drivers on the road.
When drivers change lanes in an unsafe manner, it puts everyone on the road in danger. Some common unsafe behaviors when changing lanes include:
A police report and subsequent investigation can help you understand how the other driver’s actions led to the accident that caused your injuries. Your attorney can help you understand how to hold the at-fault driver responsible for his actions. Call Zanes Law at (833)-629-7684 to connect with an injury lawyer for motorcycle accidents caused by an unsafe lane change in Phoenix today.
Passenger cars, SUVs, and commercial trucks and vans are massive in size when compared to a motorcycle. They may be bigger than your vehicle, but you have certain rights as a motorcyclist under AZ § 28-903, to ensure your safety when sharing the road with much larger vehicles.
You are entitled to unrestricted access to the lane in which you are traveling. That means no other type of vehicle is permitted to take up part of your space in a given lane unless you are riding side-by-side with another motorcyclist. While you are in your lane, other vehicles must not block you from enjoying the use of the entire lane.
You are also entitled to file an insurance claim or lawsuit to recover your financial losses if another party caused your accident. Your attorney can explain the importance of filing your case within the general restriction of two years from the date of your accident under AZ § 12-542. Speak to an injury lawyer for motorcycle accidents caused by an unsafe lane change in Phoenix today for a full explanation of your rights as a motorcyclist.
Some accidents might be avoided if drivers get into the habit of checking their mirrors and blind spots before attempting a merge or lane change and if they alert other drivers of their intent to merge by the appropriate use of turn signals. Everyone benefits when drivers share the road responsibly.
A motorcycle accident lawyer in Phoenix can help you understand the rights you have when sharing the road with other vehicles. Call Zanes Law at (833)-629-7684 for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation with a lawyer near you today.
The sleekness and open design of your motorcycle leaves you much more exposed to injuries than driving or riding in a vehicle. This exposure could potentially lead to severe injuries that require significant recovery time. Some injuries that result from motorcycle collisions include the following:
Speak to us today about the injuries you or your family member suffered. Your lawyer can help you understand how the severity of your injuries might impact the value of your claim.
When you are injured, you want to assign liability to the responsible party. An attorney can help you ensure your medical bills are paid and your property is restored or replaced.
If you or a family member was hurt in a motorcycle accident caused by the dangerous lane changing actions of another driver, you may be able to hold him responsible for your injuries. A member of the Zanes Law team can meet you in your home or hospital room.
Get the help you deserve today when you call Zanes Law at (833)-629-7684. The initial consultation is free, and you pay nothing unless and until we win your case.