According to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, of the approximately 90,000 Americans hurt each year in motorcycle wrecks, over 4,500 lose their lives. Many of the rest suffer serious injuries that require surgery, extended hospital stays and physical therapy. Commonly, these include:
- Broken legs, ankles, feet and toes
- Fractured hips
- Amputated toes and feet
- Punctured lungs
- Broken ribs
- Broken arms, hands and fingers
- Amputated fingers and hands
- Fractured or broken vertebrae, neck and skull
- Damaged spinal cord and paralysis
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Crashes involving motorcycles are so frequent, in fact, the average rider is five times more likely to suffer an injury than someone in a car. The resulting medical bills can rapidly overtake an individual’s or family’s ability to pay, even with insurance. Add to this the lost wages from weeks or months of being unable to work, and the financial stress can become overwhelming.
A California Motorcycle Injury Law Firm With A Huge Success Rate
Attorney David Azizi knows that worrying about money is the last thing you need when you’re already dealing with physical and emotional trauma. If you or someone you care about has been injured in a Los Angeles-area motorcycle accident, or if a loved one has died as a result, call his law offices 24/7 at 800-991-5292 as soon as possible. Based on the specific details of the accident, he can quickly determine whether you likely have a case for seeking monetary compensation from a liable party. The initial consultation is free, and if you hire him, you don’t pay anything until you’ve won your case.
Angelenos have chosen David as their lawyer since 1998 for several reasons. First, he has extensive knowledge and expertise, built up over many years, of motorcycle accident cases. Second, he is experienced in not only advocating for accident survivors, but also for families who are grieving the death of a loved one. And third, with his 98 percent success rate, he has a reputation as a strong and effective advocate for those he represents. In other words, you are not a statistic or number to David but a real person that he will fight for!