It is not uncommon for people to assume that most motorcycle accidents are caused by motorcyclists. This is why many people are surprised to learn that a majority of Bakersfield motorcycle accidents are caused by the drivers of larger vehicles. Indeed, throughout the United States, over 70 percent of motorcycle accidents occur when drivers of cars and trucks fail to see a rider or to cede right of way.

If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in a motorcycle accident, please contact the Law Offices of Mickey Fine or call (661) 333-3333 today to schedule a free consultation with our Bakersfield personal injury lawyer.

How Motorcycle Accidents Happen

A majority of Bakersfield motorcycle accidents are caused by negligent or inattentive drivers in larger vehicles. Other causes of motorcycle accidents include:

  • Speeding or aggressive driving
  • Dangerous or defective roadways
  • Inclement weather
  • Vehicle malfunction or defect
  • Drug or alcohol use

Many motorcycle accidents occur when a motorcyclist or car is turning left. Rear-end accidents and intersection accidents are common as well. Regardless of where your motorcycle accident occurred, if it was caused by another driver, you are entitled to seek compensation well beyond the offerings of insurance companies.

Why Choose Mickey Fine

Bakersfield personal injury lawyer Mickey Fine has over two decades of experience helping victims of motorcycle accidents get justice. Understanding every case is unique, attorney Fine customizes representation to meet the demands of each individual client.

Insurance companies are more interested in helping their bottom line than in helping victims of serious injury. An experienced trail attorney, Mickey Fine will take your case as far as necessary to help you get the true compensation you deserve.

To schedule a free consultation with our experienced Bakersfield, California personal injury lawyer, please contact us today. Mickey Fine maintains offices in Bakersfield and Manhattan Beach, but can come to you if your injury makes travel difficult.