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Motorcycle Accidents

Tulsa Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Let Us Put Our Combined 100+ Years of Experience to Work for You

Although motorcyclists are supposed to enjoy the same rights to the road as drivers of all other motor vehicles, some drivers choose to disregard this put bikers in dangerous situations. When drivers are negligent around motorcycles, it can create a serious accident that might cause catastrophic injuries.

Common injuries sustained in motorcycle accidents include:

  • Traumatic Brian Injuries
  • Skull Fractures
  • Dental Injuries
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Road Rash or Friction Burns
  • Lower Extremity Injuries
  • Disfigurement
  • Muscle Damage

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, the lawyers at Martin Jean & Jackson can help you enforce your rights and pursue maximum compensation for the damages you sustained. With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, we have the skills that you need secure a positive outcome in your case.

Call (918) 623-4119 to speak with an accident attorney today!

We Take on All Motorcycle Injury Cases in Tulsa

Our team of Tulsa motorcycle accident lawyers represent clients with injuries from both large and small motorcycle crashes, no matter how difficult their cases might be. We are well known throughout Oklahoma for providing personalized legal services tailored to the specific need needs of each of our clients. In fact, we measure the success of our firm by the number of our clients who recommend us to their friends and family members when they are most in need of legal advice and guidance. We take pride knowing that our many clients have come to think of us as “their” law firm.

In the many years we have been helping injured people secure compensation for their accident damages, we have recovered more than $500 million on behalf of our clients and have assisted over 15,000 injury victims with their legal needs. The money we have obtained for our clients have helped them alleviate the financial burdens of their injuries that resulted from their motorcycle accident.

Financial compensation awarded for a motorcycle accident can be used for the following things:

  • Medical Bills
  • Lost Income From Missing Work
  • Future Medical Care
  • Mental Anguish
  • Emotional Suffering

A motorcycle on the road.

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  • Toxic Torts $8,200,000
  • Insurance Bad Faith $7,000,000
  • Motorcycle Accident/Wrongful Death $6,000,000
  • Professional Negligence $6,000,000
  • Wrongful Death $6,000,000
  • Professional Negligence $5,000,000
  • Professional Negligence $5,000,000
  • Professional Negligence $3,000,000
  • Professional Negligence $3,000,000
  • Product Liability $3,000,000

Set up a Consultation With Our Tulsa Team Today

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in a motorcycle accident, our legal team in Tulsa is prepared to fight for the compensation you are entitled to. We are familiar with these types of cases and we will guide you through every aspect of the legal process. We keep all communications between you and our legal professionals confidential and our firm does not charge a fee for legal services unless we secure compensation for you.

Contact our Tulsa motorcycle accident lawyers to get started on your case consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Motorcycle Accidents

  • What if I wasn’t wearing a helmet when I was in an accident?
    Oklahoma has a lenient set of motorcycle helmet safety laws. Only riders and passengers who are under 18 need to wear a helmet. However, wearing a motorcycle helmet is always a good idea, regardless of its legal requirement. Motorcycle helmets can dramatically reduce your chances of a brain injury or death in a crash. Helmets can also help keep your liability low. An insurance company could argue that you knowingly assumed the risk of worse injuries in case of a motorcycle accident by not wearing a helmet. Assumption of risk is one of the most common arguments insurers use to increase a claimant’s liability, which limits the compensation they can receive from the defendant.
  • Can I still get compensation if I was partially at fault for my motorcycle accident?
    A modified comparative negligence or fault law is used in Oklahoma to determine liability in motorcycle accidents and other civil claims. Under this legal rule, you can demand a financial recovery from another party that caused or contributed to your accident and injuries unless you are mostly liable for that same accident. In other words, if your liability for your motorcycle accident reaches 51%, then you will be barred from getting a recovery from other involved parties. Modified comparative negligence rules make it even more important to work with an attorney who knows how to keep your liability as low as possible as your claim progresses.
  • The other driver turned left in front of my motorcycle, and I hit them – who is at fault?
    Many motorcycle accidents each year happen when a driver turns left in front of an approaching motorcycle. Who is at fault when this happens? On one hand, the driver might have cut off the motorcyclist, but, on the other, the motorcyclist is the one who hit the driver. Evidence and investigations unique to each case will be necessary to determine who is at fault. Although, liability for left-turn accidents involving a driver and an approaching motorcyclist usually lands on the driver, who turns left without thoroughly checking for oncoming vehicles. Drivers look for the larger frames of cars and trucks, not the small shapes of motorcycles, so they can look at but not “see” a motorcyclist as they approach the intersection.
  • Is lane splitting legal in Oklahoma?
    No, lane splitting is not legal in Oklahoma. You should not ride in between lanes on a motorcycle or any other type of smaller motorized vehicle because it is unlawful and puts you in danger of being sideswiped by a driver who is not expecting your ride there. (Learn more in the Recommended Reading section on this page.)
  • No one else was involved in my motorcycle accident – could a third party be liable?
    If you were in a single-vehicle accident while riding your motorcycle, meaning no other party was involved in the crash, then it can be frustrating to be told that you caused the wreck when you know you did nothing wrong. The cause of your motorcycle accident might be the mistake of a third party you have not considered yet, like a parts manufacturer. For example, if your crash was caused by a brake failure or tire defect, then the maker of the defective part could be liable for your damages.

“Martin Jean & Jackson Law Firm has the highest integrity when dealing with clients.”

- John A.

What Makes Us Different

  • Free Consultations in English & Spanish
  • More Than Half a Billion Dollars Recovered
  • Over 15,000 Injured Clients Represented
  • Over 100 Years of Combined Experience
  • Individually Tailored Legal Services

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