Injured In A Motorcycle Crash In The Shreveport Area?
Motorcyclists are at the mercy of cars and trucks that share the road. No matter how good a rider you are, it only takes a split second to go from a pleasurable ride to a life-threatening or life-changing wreck. And to make matters worse, bikers often get blamed for a crash that was caused by someone else’s negligence.
The Law Office of Alan Stegall represents motorcycle riders and passengers who have suffered severe injuries, or families who are grieving the untimely death of a loved one in a motorcycle wreck. I am licensed in both Louisiana and Texas, and have represented the Shreveport-Bossier area for more than 20 years.
Call me right away at 318-386-4371 so that we can preserve important evidence in pursuit of compensation after a motorcycle accident.
Full Compensation For Severe Injuries
Motorcyclists and passengers rarely walk away with minor injuries. I have handled cases involving pelvic fractures and broken legs, spinal cord injuries, severe road rash and friction burns, and (with or without a helmet) traumatic brain injuries. I have also recovered wrongful death compensation for crashes that turned fatal.
I work closely with clients to ensure they are getting the medical care they need and to document all the ways that the injuries affects their life. Compensation may need to cover hospitalization and emergency surgery, physical therapy, plastic surgery and medical equipment. Victims are also entitled to recover for lost earnings, disfigurement and the pain and suffering they endured.
What Caused The Motorcycle Wreck?
People jump to the conclusion that the ‘biker” was speeding or reckless. I work to prove that the other driver was to blame, such as turning left without yielding, tailgating, changing lanes abruptly or simply failing to see the motorcycle. There may be other entities responsible for poor road conditions or obstacles, or for putting a fatigued truck driver on the road. I am an accomplished trial lawyer who knows how to establish the negligence to hold the right parties responsible for a preventable crash.