Meet Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Brad Harville
Motorcycles naturally come with a certain element of danger due to the lack of external protection. However, this danger and freedom is one of the best parts of being on a motorcycle. Even the safest riders experience a higher level of risk than someone who drives an enclosed vehicle. Add to that the dangers of the road and drivers or riders who may not be paying as much attention to their surroundings as they should, and you end up with thousands of injuries each year. Louisville, Kentucky has some of the most beautiful, winding roads in America, but they aren’t always safe for those enjoying the freedom of a motorcycle.
Kentucky Motorcycle Laws
Each state has its own set of motorcycle laws, licenses, and requirements, and Kentucky is no different. Some laws such as the requirement for a turn signal, are fairly recent. If you have been hit by someone on a motorcycle or hit someone who was riding a motorcycle, these are some of the most important areas of concern.
Frequently Changing Laws
In the past, cyclists didn’t need a turn signal because they used hand signals but many people don’t realize this isn’t legal anymore. Every cycle must be equipped with a turn signal, even if that model didn’t originate with one. Because of that, if you are involved in an accident as a result of a rider not using a turn signal, it could be a major turning point for the case. Furthermore, laws change regarding the other motorists’ responsibilities in motorcycle accidents. Harville Law Offices is the kind of firm that pays attention to details such as these and because of our experience, know what some of the most common factors are so that they can be looked into immediately.
Motorcycle Accident Risks
The city of Louisville itself has some unique risks. Cyclists are serious about their hobby, and Louisville offers types and lines of motorcycles that you may not find anywhere else. Kentucky is the destination for BMW motorcycle enthusiasts seeking bikes and parts. If you do get into an accident with someone on such a bike, it isn’t going to be an inexpensive journey. If they are at fault, and you don’t have someone like Harville Law Offices to turn to, you may end up footing the bill for a vintage bike you aren’t even interested in.
There is another issue unique to Kentucky motorcycle lawyers. Louisville and other areas are host to various events that draw in many tourists, packing the roads. Not only are those tourists unfamiliar with some of the terrain, but they may not know the laws when it comes to motorcycles in Kentucky. Harville Law Offices is aware of this and can help when that lack of knowledge leads to an accident. Things can get complicated when you deal with motorists from another state, so it’s always best to have someone on your side who not only knows the law but knows how to address the details of the situation.
Of all the accidents that take place on Kentucky’s busy roads, motorcycle accidents can be the most devastating with both short and long-term repercussions. The person on the motorcycle is bound to suffer more injuries than the automobile driver, many of which will affect your life long-term. The trauma that many motorcyclists experience after an accident can mean a complete change of lifestyle, including the possibility that you never feel comfortable on your bike again . It’s best to have proper legal counsel in the form of a motorcycle lawyer. Louisville, Kentucky poses a unique set of risks and damages for motorcyclists, and you need someone who can address those situations.
What Do Our Clients Say?
“Brad did a Excellent Job with my Case! Great Attention to Detail. I Believe Brad Genuinely Cares about his Clients and Works Hard as He can for them!”
– H. Tabb
We Can Help with Your Motorcycle Accident
At Harville Law Offices, we are not just experienced and familiar with Kentucky’s laws, but we can help you through a motorcycle accident.
Any time an injury occurs, whether long or short-term or mental or physical, victims must endure the pain and suffering of injuries, medical expenses, and any number of other issues due to the accident. If you or your loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, contact our office online or call today for a consultation at (502) 245-2333.