Motorcyclists are often stereo-typically seen as risk takers, daredevils, and generally unsafe drivers. Some people believe that motorcyclists willingly put themselves at risk for injury, and therefore should not enjoy the same rights and protections as other motorists. Joe Dunn knows that these blanket prejudices against motorcyclists are not only unfair, they are simply not true. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, we will assert your rights and help collect the compensation you deserve.
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, there were more than 5 million registered motorcycles in the United States in 2005. We understand that riding motorcycles is not a risky life choice; it is simply a fun and thrilling activity that many people enjoy.
Motorcyclists have the same rights as any other motorist on the road. If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle crash, contact Joe Dunn to discuss your case.
Joe has experience handling all motorcycle accident cases involving a variety of injuries from road rash to brain injuries to wrongful death. Types of cases include:
- Car running into a motorcycle while switching lanes
- Motor vehicle hitting the back of a motorcycle while driving or coming to a stop
- Truck driver “failing to see” a motorcyclist and either cutting them off by entering the motorcyclists lane or sideswiping them
- Car turning into a motorcycle while turning
- Automobile forcing a motorcyclist off the road
Seeking Maximum Compensation for Your Injury
In spite of the fact that Illinois law does not require motorcycle riders to wear a helmet, if you or a loved one was not wearing a helmet and were injured in a motorcycle crash, your insurance company may deny you full and fair compensation. Joe can help you fight against this unfair treatment.
Joe Dunn will aggressively seek the maximum compensation to help you cover expenses for medical care, current and future lost wages, ongoing therapy, job training, and other injury-related costs. If you have lost a loved one in a fatal accident, he will also seek compensation for funeral expenses and loss of companionship.
When a client is injured in an motorcycle accident we fight in order to help them manage medical bills, adjust their way of life, provide resources when they’re off work, and to compensate those who help them through recovery. Here are some recent results:
|Motorcycle Accident Results|
|$250,000||Motorcyclist Multiple Injuries||Tazewell County|
|$100,000||Motorcyclist Injured||Tazewell County|
|$100,000||Motorcyclist Injured||Peoria County|