The Dangers Of Motorcycling

New Mexico has lots of scenic open road that is ideal for motorcycling. When you are riding, you never plan on being victim to an accident. Unfortunately, the reality is that bikers are often victims of inattentive drivers who do not see them. People in cars and trucks fail to share the road, and in doing so can cause serious injuries to motorcyclists.

If you or a family member has been involved in a motorcycle accident, the attorneys at Sanders Law Firm are ready to help. We represent clients who have been injured as a result of a motorcycle accident, as well as surviving family members of fatality victims. With offices in Roswell, Hobbs and Albuquerque, we are one of the largest and oldest law firms in New Mexico, and our lawyers have extensive legal and trial experience.

Thousands Of People Are Impacted By Motorcycle Accidents Every Day

Every day, thousands of motorcycle accidents occur throughout the United States, resulting in significant injuries and numerous deaths. These accidents can result from any number of causes, including:

  • Driver inattention
  • Drunk driving
  • Failure to yield right of way
  • Violation of state traffic laws
  • Excessive speed
  • Reckless driving
  • Failure to follow a traffic control device

Whatever led to your accident, our firm is prepared to offer qualified legal counsel and help you maximize the funds you receive for medical costs and related concerns.

Helping You Recover Compensation

Our lawyers are committed to serving our clients in the most professional manner. Our goal is to obtain financial relief for our clients that will cover all injuries, damages and expenses resulting from a motorcycle accident.

The verdicts and settlements that we have recovered for our clients demonstrate the hard work and discipline we put into every case; moreover, we do not charge a fee unless there is a recovery.

If you’ve been impacted by a motorcycle accident, contact us today. You can call us at 575-578-4392 or reach us online. Initial consultations are always free.