Fatal Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle riders are much more likely to die in a collision than people in other vehicles. When a fatal accident occurs, families feel not only the emotional trauma of losing a loved one but the financial dilemma of how to replace that person’s contributions in the home.

At Drake, Hileman & Davis, P.C., we file claims in wrongful death for families of motorcycle riders killed through negligence. We seek every kind of lawful compensation for surviving spouses, children, parents and siblings, including:

  • Medical expenses
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Loss of future income
  • Loss of support
  • Loss of medical, retirement and other benefits
  • Nonmonetary damages, including pain and suffering and loss of companionship and affection

When the accident was aggravated by avoidable driver misbehavior such as driving drunk, driving drowsy, driving distracted or exceeding the speed limit, we may seek punitive damages on top of compensatory damages. This can have the effect of doubling or even tripling the net judgment.

Offices In Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Doylestown And Stroudsburg

Clients come to us because they know us from church or because we have worked with them before. They know our firm is serious about maximum compensation. We are not like firms that promise huge settlements but whose lawyers have never set foot in a courtroom. Our personal injury lawyers are devoted to knowing the law, both on the books and in voluminous, precedent-setting case law.

Our Offer To You At A Sorry Time

When you lose a family member in a motorcycle accident, we grieve for your loss. But our real value to you is obtaining the compensation to which you are entitled, and which you need to go on.

Remember — you owe us no fees until we produce for you. Contact our Pennsylvania fatal motorcycle accident attorneys at 888-777-7098. We are available 24 hours a day to take your call and answer your questions.

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