Motorcycle accidents happen for a variety of reasons. In many cases, the fault belongs to the operator of another vehicle such as a passenger car or a truck. Often, the accident is because of the failure of the passenger car driver to see or even look for the motorcycle. Many times the motorcycle driver is too aggressive. Sometimes, the motorcycle driver is just too inexperienced. Sometimes, the elements and the roads cause the accident. If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident, a motorcycle accident lawyer will work to determine the cause of the accident because showing fault–as well as the absence of fault on the part of the rider—is required in many states, including Virginia and North Carolina. These are just some of the many factors that can contribute to motorcycle accidents.
Passenger cars and trucks
Failure of the motorcycle operator
Most of these factors are easy for cars and trucks to handle. For a motorcycle operator, they can be deadly:
Knowing the reasons motorcycle accidents happen is important, because showing fault is part of any strong personal injury case. A skilled Norfolk motorcycle accident lawyer, like Joe Miller of Joe Miller Law, Ltd., will make sure the cause of his client’s accident is properly investigated and analyzed by skilled engineers and experts, if circumstance require such an investigation. Learn more about how Joe Miller can help you pursue justice in your motorcycle accident case by calling us today at (888) 694-1671.