Motorcycle accidents

For a motorcycle rider, there’s nothing more freeing than the sensation of two wheels on the open road. Unfortunately, other drivers are often distracted or simply not paying attention when driving near motorcycles—and that can lead to serious accidents and injuries.

If you were injured in a motorcycle accident caused by someone else’s negligence, the Law Offices of James A. Welcome is here to help with your motorcycle accident. We know you’re facing expensive medical bills and a long period of recovery where you can’t work, and that’s why we want to help you get compensation. Call us at (203) 753-7300 or fill out a free contact form.

Causes for Motorcycle Accidents
No matter how safe riders are on their motorcycles, there are still many factors that can lead to accidents, such as:
Inattentive Drivers
The low profiles of motorcycles compared to cars and trucks makes them more difficult for many drivers to see—especially those who aren’t paying close attention to their surroundings. Each year, thousands of motorcycle accidents are caused  by drivers turning in front of motorcycles because they don’t see them.
Road Hazards
State and local governments are responsible for keeping roadways in good condition and free from hazards like potholes and loose asphalt or gravel, which can be dangerous for riders.
Poor Communication
Riders often travel together in groups, but these groups must practice good communication to prevent riders from colliding or moving into other riders’ lanes of travel.


Contact Attorney Welcome today!

For many years, the Law Offices of James A. Welcome has offered personalized and results-driven legal representation for injured individuals and families living in the New Haven, Fairfield, and surrounding counties with great results. We are confident in our abilities to help you too. We conduct a comprehensive investigation of your accident, and provide you with a sound and effective case strategy aimed to accomplish your case with a just outcome. You should not have to suffer any more on account of your accident, much less pay for the financial aftermath.