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Ann Arbor Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Getting injured in a motorcycle accident can change your life. Serious and catastrophic injuries can take weeks, months and even years to recover from. An experienced motorcycle accident attorney can help you recover financial compensation for your damages so that you can focus on healing and getting better. At Biggs & Gunst P.C. Attorneys At Law, in Ann Arbor, our motorcycle accident lawyers have decades of experience and can fight the insurance companies on your behalf.

Common Causes Of Motorcycle Accidents In Michigan

It doesn’t take much for a motorcycle to lose control and have an accident. Common causes of motorcycle accidents include:

  • Dangerous road conditions
  • Driver error or inattention
  • Distracted driving
  • Excessive speed
  • Drinking and driving

Motorcycle accidents can happen anywhere. In any motorcycle accident, there is a risk of serious injuries to the cyclist. Motorcycle crashes are more likely to result in catastrophic and life-altering injuries, or even fatalities than other types of car accidents.

Can You Collect No-Fault Insurance Benefits In A Michigan Motorcycle Crash?

The state of Michigan requires drivers to carry no-fault insurance. This insurance will cover damages from any automobile accident. No-fault insurance benefits can cover medical expenses and lost wages no matter who caused the accident.

The Rights Of Motorcyclists In Michigan

Our attorney Brandon Biggs is an avid motorcyclist himself and is passionate about protecting the rights of bikers in Michigan. In the state of Michigan, motorcyclists are entitled to use a full traffic lane. They are also permitted to ride with two cycles side-by-side. However, lane splitting and riding in between two lanes is illegal.

Schedule A Free Consultation With A Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Our motorcycle accident attorneys are available for free case evaluations and consultations. To book your free appointment, contact our office by calling 734-720-4445 or sending an email through our online form.