Motorcyclists traveling the open road often have little protection beyond a motorcycle helmet. Any mechanical errors or negligent actions on the road could result in catastrophic or fatal accidents.
If you or your family member was injured in a motorcycle accident, consult the Larson Law Firm P.C. in Minot, North Dakota, for experienced advocacy. Our law firm has handled complicated motorcycle accident claims since 1979. We have the skills and tenacity to obtain a maximum recovery, while holding at fault parties accountable.
Contact us online or call (866) 309-1777 for a free initial consultation and case evaluation at our Minot, North Dakota, office location.
At the Larson Law Firm P.C., our motorcycle accident lawyer has a first hand understanding of the insurance industry. Attorney Mark Larson is a civil trial specialist certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy with more than 30 years of experience in personal injury. The credibility we have gained over the years helps us effectively negotiate for a maximum recovery.
Mr. Larson will seek to portray your story so insurance companies see you as an individual and not as another claim number. Part of his approach includes incorporating medical testimony to demonstrate the extent of your injuries, such as:
The motorcycle accident lawyer at our firm prepares every claim to be successful in trial. We bring in industry experts and accident scene re-constructionists to help us prove fault before a jury. We also consult vocational experts to understand how your injuries could potentially affect your ability to work.
We incorporate as many details as possible to help you obtain a maximum recovery for your medical bills, lost wages, rehabilitative needs as well as any costs associated with your life care plan. If the settlement offer is too low, we will be ready for trial.
If you or your loved one is suffering injuries from a motorcycle accident, contact our law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation. We represent families throughout North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota and accept motor vehicle accident claims on a contingency basis.