Riding a motorcycle is fun and freeing. Even though you have protective equipment on and you’re being careful, that doesn’t mean that you won’t get into a crash with another vehicle or someone else on the road. No matter how much you pay attention, another car could always lose control or be distracted and wreck into you.
When you’ve been in a collision while riding your motorcycle, you likely sustained injuries, and they could be severe. Because of this, you might want to take legal action against the driver who caused you harm. The first thing your lawyer will need to do is determine who was at fault for your accident so that you can get the compensation you deserve.
At McMath Woods P.A., we have experience looking into fault and know how important this step is for your motorcycle accident claim. Let’s take a look at the different causes of motorcycle crashes that help us determine who was at fault.