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Nashville Turning in Front of Oncoming Motorcycle Lawyer

Motorcycle collisions often result in very serious injuries to the driver. They often occur as the result of negligent automobile drivers who are not aware that the biker is on the road. Many crashes happen because car drivers are distracted, inattentive, or careless behind the wheel and fail to take the necessary precautions to ensure a safe roadway for motorcyclists. And while a car provides some protection against injury in the event of a crash, motorcyclists do not have the luxury of this protection and so the worst injuries are usually suffered by the motorcyclist.

When is the Automobile Driver at Fault for a Collision?

In collision cases, such as when a car turns in front of an oncoming motorcycle, the driver of the car is almost always the party at fault.

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, almost half of two-vehicle fatal motorcycle crashes involve a vehicle turning left while the motorcycle was going straight, passing, or overtaking the vehicle. And according to another study, nearly seventy-five percent of motorcycle crashes involve motorcycles in a collision with another vehicle, which is usually a passenger car. Furthermore, in accidents involving more than one vehicle, the driver of the automobile violates the motorcycle’s right of way and causes the crash in about two-thirds of cases.

The most common scenario in motorcycle collisions occurs when a car makes a left turn in front of an oncoming motorcycle driving straight. When automobile drivers are not alert to motorcyclists on the road or fail to take necessary precautions to avoid them, their actions are negligent and they bear the responsibility for the resulting crash. Distracted drivers often do not become aware of the bike until it is too late to avoid a collision. And collisions as described may happen to even the most cautious and law-abiding motorcycle drivers.

What to Do Next

If you or a member of your family has been involved in a motorcycle accident that resulted in injuries due to negligence on the part of an automobile driver, you may be entitled to compensation for injuries and damages. The attorneys at Phillip Miller & Associates have the knowledge and experience to adequately represent you and ensure the best possible outcome for your personal injury case. We know the aftermath of a serious motorcycle accident can be messy, and the attorneys of Miller law offices are here to help you through it.

We are a no-nonsense law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of victims of personal injury cases. We take pride in our highly individualized approach to each case we pursue in our highly regarded Nashville, Tennessee, law firm.

With over thirty years of experience and having received the highest possible ratings from Martindale Hubbell, AVVO, and SuperLawyers, Phillip Miller is a highly respected board-certified civil trial lawyer who has earned national recognition and is often called in by other law firms around the country to assist on their most challenging cases.

If you’ve suffered losses in a motorcycle accident with a car caused by the other driver’s failure to observe the road before making a left turn into your lane—or any other accident caused by driver negligence—call the motorcycle accident attorneys of Phillip Miller & Associates in Nashville as soon after the accident as you can. Tennessee has a very limited time in which you can file a lawsuit, so don’t delay. We accept cases on a contingency fee arrangement, so you don’t pay any legal fees or expenses unless we win money for you.

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