Lawyers / Attorneys: Evaluating Nationwide Motorcycle Accidents, Injuries & Death

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*** Attention Motorcycle Users! ***  

If you were potentially seriously injured as a result of an accident involving a motorcycle, or if you have a loved one who was injured or even died following a motorcycle-related accident, please contact us immediately for a FREE potential case evaluation.

  • Death
  • Severe Injury                    

Both of the above have been attributed to motorcycles. 

We have motorcycles lawyers standing by ready to speak with you.  

You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, and we take all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay for our services unless you receive an award/compensation.  

Do not Delay!  

Your rights and compensation may be lost forever if you wait.  


A motorcycle (which may also be termed as a motor-bicycle, a motorbike, a bike, or a cycle) is a single-track, two-wheeled motor vehicle which is engine-powered.  

Motorcycles may vary to a high degree - depending, specifically, upon the precise nature of the job or purpose for which they have been designed, such as long-distance travel, coping with congested traffic in urban areas, cruising, racing and sports, or off-road activites.  

In many parts of the world today, motorcycles are among the least expensive and most widespread forms of motorized transport that are currently available on a large scale.  



In 2006, nearly 5,000 motorcyclists lost their lives in accidents throughout the United States, which amounted to an increase of 5 per cent over the 4,576 who were killed in 2005.  

In addition, there were nearly 90,000 motorcycle-related injuries in 2006. 

Almost 140,000 motorcyclists have been killed in traffic crashes in the United States since the passing of the Highway Safety and National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act in 1966. 

Motorcyclists are around 37 more times likely than passenger car occupants to lose their lives in a motor vehicle crash; and are 8 times more likely to be severely hurt. 

In 2006, motorcyclists accounted for more than 10 per cent of all traffic fatalities, 13 per cent of all occupant fatalities, and 4 per cent of all occupants injured. 

In 2006, 51 per cent of all motorcycles involved in fatal crashes collided with other type of motor vehicles, including cars, SUVs, trucks, and other motorcycles.

In specifically two-vehicle crashes, 79 per cent of the motorcycles involved were impacted from the front. Only 5 per cent were struck in the rear. 

Motorcycles are far more likely to be involved in a fatal collision with a fixed object than are other vehicles.

For example, in 2006, a quarter of the motorcycles involved in fatal crashes were in collision with fixed objects, compared to 18 per cent for passenger cars, 12 per cent for light trucks, and only 3 per cent for large trucks.  

Throughout 2006, there were 2,226 two-vehicle fatal crashes involving a motorcycle and another type of vehicle on U.S. roads.  

In 40 per cent of these crashes (which amounted to 883 incidents), the other vehicle was attempting to turn left, while the motorcycle was either going straight, passing, or overtaking the vehicle.

Both vehicles were going straight in 582 crashes (26 per cent).  


The most serious risks include:

  • Death
  • Severe Injury

If you were potentially seriously injured as a result of an accident involving a bus, or if you have a loved one who was injured or even died following a bus-related accident, you may have a claim for legal compensation.

Contact the Mulligan Law Firm for superior legal representation.

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In all personal injury cases, it is extremely important that measures be taken promptly to preserve evidence, to investigate the case in question, and to enable physicians, attorneys, or other expert witnesses to thoroughly evaluate any injuries.   

If you or a loved one or friend is injured and may have a potential legal claim, call The Mulligan Law Firm now at 1-866-LAW-0001.  

The initial consultation is FREE of charge, and if we agree to accept your case, we will work on a contingent fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if there is a monetary award or recovery of funds.   

You may have a valid claim and be entitled to compensation for your injuries, but a lawsuit must be filed before the statute of limitations expires.   

Do not delay!   

If you delay, and the statute of limitations time period expires, you may lose all your rights to file any claim for compensation of any kind.  

If you are not sure or need additional help, please fill out our form on this website or call us for help at 1-866-LAW-0001 (1-866-529-0001)

A member of our firm will call you as soon as possible to help you determine the possibility of filing a potential claim. 

For a FREE, no-obligation consultation with an experienced attorney regarding cases of personal injury and wrongful death, please submit our potential case intake form on this website for a free evaluation of your situation.  

We will respect the confidentiality of your information to the fullest extent.  

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