Little Rock Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

The Law Offices of Peter Miller have been very successful in obtaining extremely large settlements for victims of motorcycle accidents. If a motorcycle accident has affected your life or the life of a loved one, it is extremely important to consult an Arkansas motorcycle accident lawyer at The Law Offices of Peter Miller, as quickly as possible.

Because motorcycle injuries tend to be much more severe than those of other vehicle crashes, motorcycle accidents can result in extremely serious physical injury, as well as catastrophic brain damage. Frequently, neurological and neuropsychological evaluations are necessary in order to establish the extent of injury. Our team of Little Rock motorcycle accident attorneys at The Law Offices of Peter Miller maintains contact with a cadre of neurologists, neuropsychologists, orthopedists, and neurosurgeons, with whom we consult.

Our staff of trained Arkansas motorcycle accident lawyers will immediately go to work on your case, assisting you in finding the proper medical care, preserving the evidence, and focusing on the settlement or, if necessary, the litigation of your case. We offer free consultations, and you pay no fee until you collect.

About Arkansas Motorcycle Accidents

Approximately 2,500 motorcyclists are killed each year in the United States. However, at least ten times that number are hurt, many seriously, in non-fatal motorcycle accidents.

In the vast majority of motorcycle accidents involving another vehicle, the front of the motorcycle strikes the other vehicle. As any experienced motorcycle riders will tell you, many automobile drivers are "blind" to the motorcycles. They frequently say, "Drivers just don't see us!" The most common types of motorcycle/automobile accidents are those in which an automobile goes through an intersection and strikes a motorcycle, or an automobile on the highway makes an abrupt merge and strikes a motorcycle.

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