Motorcycle Accidents

Arizona’s Original Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Our team of Motorcycle Accident Attorneys have a combined total of over 40 years of experience. We have been practicing Personal Injury Law locally in the Phoenix Area since 1987.

We have been handling Motorcycle Accidents for over twenty five years, and know that it can be a very difficult process. Insurance companies may not cover the entirety of your medical bills, causing you to have to worry about expenses and not focus on getting back on your feet. Having a knowledgeable attorney like Chuck Franklin assist you with your Motorcycle Accident Claim will help to ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve. At Chuck Franklin Law we have found a niche representing bikers who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to the negligence of others. At Chuck Franklin Law you will work with a team who wants to help you recover and get the compensation you deserve, unlike other Motorcycle Attorneys who look for an “easy buck” representing bikers but never having ridden prior to practicing law.

Make a Civil Claim for Your Motorcycle Accident Damages

In the State of Arizona, if you have been involved in a motorcycle accident as a result of another person’s negligent acts (they are the cause of the accident), you have a claim for your damages against that person for your pain and suffering, permanent impairment, lost wages, medical bills and expenses, future medical expenses, and damage to your car. The statute of limitations for Civil claims for car accidents is 2 years from the date of the accident, contact us today to ensure that your case does not miss these deadlines.

For experienced legal representation for your Motorcycle Accident in Arizona call Chuck Franklin Law today at 480-545-0700 and arrange a free consultation!

If You Were in a Motorcycle Accident you may Have a Claim

Even in a situation where you have been the ticketed driver, you may still have a collectible claim for your damages under a theory of “comparative negligence”. This theory apportions the fault of the motorcycle accident between the parties which could result in you still being able to collect something. Don’t give up until you have talked to me.

Contact Arizona’s Original Motorcycle Accident Attorneys About Your Case Today!

For a free consultation, and to speak to an actual attorney,  not some professional closer or sales person, call Chuck Franklin Law today at 480-545-0700!