Motorcycle Accident Attorneys in Rhode Island
Suffered Injuries in a Serious Motorcycle Accident?
A motorcycle accident can result in serious injuries and cause significant detriment to your well-being. Unfortunately, riders take the brunt of a collision with vehicles, resulting in often long-lasting injuries and damages. If you’ve been involved in one of these accidents, seek counsel from an experienced Rhode Island personal injury attorney with the experience to help. At Inman & Tourgee, we have had much success handling these cases since 1990. We recently settled a major motorcycle accident case for the policy limits of over one million dollars and have a record of $35 million recovered for our clients over the years.
We have a history of success handling motorcycle accidents cases. Call (401) 229-5521 to set up a meeting with our legal team.
What We Can Do For You
As these cases can often be long and difficult, we stress to our clients the importance of being prepared, which our assistance can make much easier.
When our clients need to testify, we compile a comprehensive packaging that includes:
- Police reports
- Property damage information
- Lost wage information
- Medical information
- Extent of their injuries and impact on their future
We send this to our clients and then run through it with them so that they can take the stand confident in what to say. One of the benefits of enlisting the help of a large firm like ours is that our team communicates with each other and formulates each case strategy utilizing our 125+ years of collective experience. While you may only be hiring one lawyer, they will be backed up by the knowledge and experience of our entire legal team.
Set Up a Meeting Today When You Call (401) 229-5521
We maintain a dedicated and full-service staff for the benefit of our clients. Going into court with one of Kent County’s bigger law firms can give your case a running start and intimidate the opposing team.
Call (401) 229-5521 to set up a meeting with one of our Rhode Island motorcycle lawyers today.