Motorcycle Accidents



Representing Military Service Members At Fort Bragg

Car and truck drivers who are involved in accidents with motorcyclists often complain, "I just didn't see him!" However, drivers have a responsibility to watch out for motorcycles and share the road with them. Simply "not seeing" a biker is not an excuse.

If you suffered road rash, traumatic brain injury, broken bones or any other harm because of the negligence of a car or truck driver, turn to The Law Office of Cliff Brisson, Jr. and seek help from our personal injury attorneys.

Fayetteville, NC motorcycle accident attorney Cliff Brisson has lived here for more than 35 years. He is very familiar with the local laws and issues facing individuals in this area of North Carolina. He regularly represents members of the U.S. Armed Forces stationed at Fort Bragg and understands the particular nuances of pursuing personal injury lawsuits on their behalf.

Don't Accept the Blame for a Crash That Wasn't Your Fault

Motorcycle riders must pay particular attention to what their conduct was like before the wreck. Were they abiding by the speed limit? Were they signaling while changing lanes? It is important not to allow the other party's insurance company to wrongly place blame on you for the accident.

The insurance company will do its best to spin the facts and make it appear like your actions contributed to the accident. Why? Because in North Carolina, if you are determined to be in any way at fault, you cannot collect personal injury compensation. Unfortunately in many cases, insurance companies want to avoid having to pay you anything.

To protect yourself and to have the best chance of getting compensated for your injuries, you should contact an experienced personal injury attorney. Arrange a free initial consultation with our personal injury lawyer by giving us a call or sending us a message.