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Albuquerque Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Every day, New Mexican motorcyclists get into serious traffic accidents. Most motorcycle accidents are preventable. Distracted, inattentive, and negligent vehicle drivers are often at the heart of serious and fatal motorcycle wrecks. When a negligent person causes a motorcycle crash, the victim has the right to file a civil action in pursuit of damages.

If you or a loved one had a motorcycle accident, contact the Albuquerque accident attorneys at the Fine Law Firm. We can review the facts of your case, let you know if it has merit, and help you seek full and fair compensation from the at-fault party. Our firm can navigate the state’s complex auto accident and insurance laws on your behalf. Call (505) 889-FINE today to speak to an attorney.

Why Choose Us?

The Fine Law Firm is a leading personal injury firm in Albuquerque. We have earned a reputation for excellence in our community through years of hard work and dedication. Clients choose us for many reasons.

  • Judges and adjusters refer their family and friends to us when they may have personal injury claims.
  • Organizations regularly ask us to speak to members of the Bar Association and teach law students at schools.
  • We have a 99% success rate and have obtained outstanding results for clients, including during wrongful death claims.

Our lawyers have what you’re looking for in a wrongful death attorney. Count on us for advanced legal representation and lawyers who care.

Why Do You Need a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer?

Don’t attempt to litigate your wrongful death claim alone. A lawyer can make the claims process easy on you and your loved ones during this difficult time. Hiring an Albuquerque motorcycle accident attorney can ensure you don’t make any critical filing errors, and answer your questions throughout the development of your case. Our attorneys only charge legal fees if they win the case. You will not have to pay anything for our services unless your family obtains a monetary award.

Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents happen because of negligence. Drunk, distracted, and incompetent drivers may cause motorcycle crashes by failing to dedicate 100% of their attention to the road. Merging without looking, turning left into an oncoming motorcyclist, ignoring right-of-way, speeding, and running red lights are all common causes of serious motorcycle crashes in New Mexico. Motorcyclists are also vulnerable to poor roadway conditions, bad weather, and malfunctioning auto parts.

Damages from Motorcycle Accidents

The average motorcycle accident costs thousands of dollars in damages. From paying off hefty medical bills and treatment costs to repairing or replacing your motorcycle, you could be facing expensive losses after someone strikes your bike. A personal injury claim could reimburse you for your losses, including:

  • Existing and future medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Property damages
  • Pain and suffering

The Fine Law Firm has won six- and seven-figure cases for our clients in the past. We know how to navigate motorcycle accident and insurance claim laws to our clients’ best advantage. We can help you maximize your damages during a civil claim.

How Much is My Case Worth? Should I Settle?

The value of your motorcycle accident case depends on the extent of your damages. The more severe your injuries, the more your case is worth. Permanent brain damage or spinal cord injuries, for example, could be worth millions in past and future losses. Most plaintiffs mistakenly believe their choices are to either settle with the insurance company or end up in a legal battle. This is not the case. With help from a motorcycle accident lawyer, you can still settle your case without the fuss – yet obtain more sufficient compensation for your damages.

Contact Us Today

To learn the true value of your motorcycle accident claim and benefit from professional legal representation, contact our law firm. We offer free case evaluations in Albuquerque. Call (505) 889-FINE to speak to an attorney now.