Hutchinson KS Motorcycle Accident Lawyers
Make your accident matter. Contact Bretz Injury Law
Motorcycling’s a great way to get around Hutchinson, especially in the warm, summer months. Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents can happen in a split second. When they do, motorcyclists can sustain severe injuries that leave them unable to ride or do many of the other things they love to do.
If you or a loved one has been hurt in a motorcycle crash in Hutchinson, or Salina, we can help. Our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers at Bretz Injury Law know how the legal system works in Reno County and what needs to be done to build a strong, successful legal case. That’s why we have such a strong track record of success, including a $23 million settlement in a motorcycle accident case, and that’s why we want to work with you.
How did your motorcycle accident happen?
Your motorcycle accident likely happened because the other driver was doing one or several of the following things behind the wheel:
- Texting while driving
- Turning without looking
- Changing lanes without looking
- Falling asleep at the wheel
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
Whatever the cause of your Hutchinson motorcycle accident, we can help you hold the driver who caused your crash accountable for his or her actions.
What we can do for you
Motorcycle accidents often end up being very complicated for many different reasons. Right near the top of the list is the fact that some drivers and their insurance companies automatically blame motorcyclists for causing serious accidents. That’s because they believe that all motorcyclists are reckless thrill seekers.
We know the truth. We know that most motorcyclists follow the rules of the road. Instead, it’s the reckless or negligent actions of other drivers which results in such serious accidents. As your attorney, we can aggressively investigate your accident and find the facts that prove you didn’t do anything wrong. If insurance companies don’t cooperate with us, we’re prepared to take them to court.