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Helping Motorcycle Riders After An Accident

Riding a motorcycle gives riders a sense of freedom on the road. Unfortunately, other drivers often do not respect the rules of the road, and motorcyclists are often the ones who pay the price for the other drivers’ carelessness. If a careless driver hurt you while riding a motorcycle, our experienced personal injury attorney can help.

Champ Lyons, III, P.C., helps people in the Birmingham area with their motorcycle accidents. Attorney Champ Lyons III will use his more than 20 years of litigation and motor vehicle accident experience to hold the negligent parties and their insurance companies accountable for your injuries. You can schedule your free consultation now by calling us at 205-930-3131.

Serious Help For Serious Injuries

Collisions between a motorcycle and truck or passenger vehicle can leave a biker with severe and lifelong injuries. These injuries can leave you or your loved one out of work and with extensive medical bills. You should not be forced to pay out of pocket because of the negligence of another.

Motorcycle accidents often leave bikers with serious injuries, such as:

  • Neck, back and spine damage
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Fractured and broken bone
  • Permanent disfigurement
  • Burns
  • Lacerations

Champ will not back down from a challenging case involving multiple parties and serious injuries. He will do everything in his power to help you get the best possible outcome for your case. Champ aggressively negotiates with insurance companies and, if it is in your best interests, he will take your case to the courtroom.

Call A Compassionate Advocate For When You Are Hurt

Our focus is on the needs of our client, not our bottoms line. We represent clients on a contingent-fee basis, which means that we do not receive payment unless we win compensation for your case.

You can schedule your free consultation by calling 205-930-3131 or by emailing us. If you are unable to come to our office, we will travel to your home or hospital room.