Los Angeles Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Injured in a Motorcycle Accident? Our Firm Can Help

Mardirossian Akaragian LLP are strong defenders of the rights of California motorcycle riders. We have recovered over $40M for motorcyclists who have been seriously injured as a result of somebody else’s negligence or poor decision-making.

If securing legal counsel to protect your rights is necessary, our team of experienced motorcycle injury attorneys are ready to fight for you to recover the maximum compensation owed to you.

We offer a sound, team-oriented approach when handling personal injury cases involving motorcycle accidents. Not only can our attorneys aggressively advocate for you in settlement or trial, but they can also guide you through the entire process with compassion and empathy.

Talk to one of our Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorneys about your case or contact our firm to schedule a no-cost consultation.

 

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What Should You Do After Being Involved in a Motorcycle Accident?

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Seek Medical Attention If Necessary

Assess yourself for injuries and seek medical attention if required. You may not feel as though you have suffered any harm, but some injuries can be difficult to detect. You may still be in shock which can make it difficult to tell if you are experiencing any pain. If in doubt, it is better to err on the side of caution and speak to a medical professional.

Gather As Much Information As You Can

If possible, get the contact information of everybody involved in the accident, especially names, current addresses and license plate numbers. Then, if you can, take photographs/videos of things that could be needed. Some suggestions of evidence to capture include:

  • Any injuries sustained
  • The extent of the damage to all vehicles involved in the collision 
  • Any issues with the roadway that are easily apparent

In addition, you may wish to take note of the following, especially if one or more of the drivers involved in the accident failed to stop or is refusing to cooperate:

  • What you believe may have caused the incident
  • The date and time the accident took place
  • Where the accident took place. Be as specific as possible. Which road? Which part of that road? Which lane were you in?
  • The weather conditions
  • The names of any witnesses

Call The Police

California law mandates that the driver of any vehicle involved in an accident that results in either the injury or death of another person report the collision in writing to the police or CHP, if no law enforcement officer was present at the scene to make such a report at the time of the accident. 

You, your insurance company, or your lawyer must also complete a Report of Traffic Accident Occurring in California (SR 1) with the DMV if there is more than $1000 in property damage, or if anyone was injured or killed.  

A police incident report can be used to build a strong motorcycle accident lawsuit. Make sure to get a copy of this document as it may be required further down the line.

Know Your Rights — Contact a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

It is generally recommended that people involved in a motorcycle accident seek legal advice. An experienced attorney can help you understand a multitude of critical factors concerning your accident, such as traffic laws, medical treatment, and perhaps most crucially, fault.

An attorney can also help you deal with insurance providers and look for all possible causes of the collision. Navigating an insurance claim can be a complicated process, and so it is highly recommended that you consult with an expert in motorcycle liability law to ensure that you position yourself for the best possible outcome.  

Jump to this section for more information on how to find the best motorcycle injury lawyer for your circumstances.

What If I Was Involved in a Hit And Run?

Hit and run incidents are covered by two sections of the California Vehicle Code, Section 20001 and Section 20002

Section 20001 states “The driver of a vehicle involved in an accident resulting in injury to a person, other than himself or herself, or in the death of a person shall immediately stop the vehicle at the scene of the accident.”

Violation of Section 20001 is a felony and carries a maximum jail time of four years and a maximum fine of $10,000, or both, depending on the severity of the injuries sustained as a result of the hit and run. 

Section 20002 states “The driver of any vehicle involved in an accident resulting only in damage to any property, including vehicles, shall immediately stop the vehicle at the nearest location.”

Violation of Section 20002 is a misdemeanor and carries a maximum jail time of six months and a maximum fine of $1000, or both.

In the event of a hit and run, contacting the police can provide a good chance of finding the other driver.

There are numerous ways a reckless driver may be caught, and as stated in Assembly Bill 184. The statute of limitations for a hit and run offense gives a period of six years from the date of discovery for charges to be brought against the fleeing driver.


Improving Road Safety for Motorcyclists: Diamond & PCH, Redondo Beach

Aerial view of the roadway where Amir Ekbatani's motorcycle accident occurred

Ekbatani V. State Of California – $35,000,000.00

On July 14th, 2012, Amir Ekbatani was travelling along the Pacific Coast Highway when a taxi driver failed to yield at the Diamond St. intersection and collided with him.

Amir was thrown from his motorcycle, causing catastrophic injuries. Despite numerous surgeries, his leg had to be amputated below the knee.

We recovered a multi-million dollar award for Amir on the grounds that the California Dept of Transportation were fully aware of the dangers of the intersection, yet failed to implement the changes that would have made it safer. Since our victory at trial, CalTrans have implemented a double double yellow, a painted medium that prevents early left turns, significantly improving the safety of the intersection.

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Motorcycle Accident FAQs

Q: How Much Is My Motorcycle Accident Claim Worth?

A: It depends on many factors, including how the collision occurred, why the collision occurred, the severity of your injuries, and your medical bills/lost earnings.

Q: Does Your Firm Specialize in Motorcycle Law?

A: Although lawyers in the personal injury field cannot be certified as a “specialist”, we have handled many motorcycle cases with significant success in the last 40 years.

Q: How Long Has Your Firm Been Practicing Law?

A: Our firm has been in business for over 40 years handling almost exclusively Plaintiff’s personal injury cases.

Q: What Happens If We Don’t Win?

A: No recovery means no fee.


Common Types of Catastrophic Injury Sustained in Motorcycle Accidents

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Illustration of a motorcyclist who has suffered a road rash injury
Illustration of a person grimacing pain having sustained a serious head injury
Illustration of a person sitting in a wheelchair, facing away from the camera
Illustration of a person who has recently had their forearm amputated
Illustration of a person sat on a bench with a broken leg

Motorcycle accidents involve some of the most devastating injuries and, tragically, often result in death. Injuries incurred by the motorcyclist in a motorcycle accident have a greater likelihood of being severe than they do for other vehicle users. 

According to the Insurance Information Institute, motorcycle accidents are 26 times more likely to result in a fatality, while the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) states that motorcycle riders are overrepresented in fatal traffic crashes. In 2019 alone, California was the state with the second highest number of motorcycle fatalities (474, with Florida having the most at 591).

The catastrophic injuries frequently incurred as a result of a motorcycle collision can have a profound impact on the injured person’s life. This can include considerations such as paying for extensive and expensive medical care, loss in household productivity, lost earning capacity, and significant emotional losses. 

Here are some of the most severe types of injuries a rider may suffer as a result of being in a motorcycle accident: 

Road Rash

Illustration of a motorcyclist who has sustained a serious road rash injury following a motorcycle accident

Road rash is an abrasion wound in which the skin is scraped off through contact with another surface. Road rash wounds vary in their severity, and can include a combination of deep abrasions, avulsions, and lacerations. In severe instances, road rash may require a skin graft or a free flap procedure to limit scarring. Just like with regular burns, road rash injuries can be classified by degree. Road rash injuries can be fatal. 

Types of Road Rash Wound

Abrasion Injury open wound injuries caused by skin rubbing against a rough surface. Abrasion injuries can vary from mild (what you would typically call a scrape or graze) to severe. 

Laceration Injury – cuts that go all the way through the skin. Deep lacerations go beneath the skin to underlying tissue layers and require urgent medical attention. 

Avulsion Injurytraumatic injuries in which tissue is torn from the body, including all three layers of skin. If the avulsion wraps all the way around an extremity, this is referred to as degloving. 

Factors Affecting the Severity of a Road Rash Injury

  • The speed at which the motorcyclist was traveling
  • The length of contact with the abrasive surface
  • The type of road surface the skin comes into contact with
  • Whether the rider was wearing gear

Motorcycle accidents that result in road rash can be incredibly costly to treat, especially in serious cases where hospitalization and surgery are required. 

Traumatic Head/Brain Injury

Illustration of a person in a hospital with a bandaged head following a serious head injury

Traumatic brain injury is any injury that causes disruption to the normal functioning of the brain. Motorcyclists are uniquely vulnerable to traumatic brain injuries especially considering their head is usually susceptible to direct trauma.

Spinal Cord Injury, Including Paralysis

Illustration of a person in a hospital, sitting in a wheelchair following a spinal cord injury

A spinal cord injury is damage to the spinal cord that causes temporary or permanent disruptions below the site of injury. Spinal cord injuries are typically the result of trauma or disease, with auto and motorcycle accidents accounting for almost half of all new cases each year. It has been suggested that while head injuries are the leading cause of motorcycle deaths, spinal cord injuries are potentially more devastating to surviving individuals.  

Amputation Injuries

Illustration of a person in their hospital room, coming to terms with their recent forearm amputation

Amputation is the loss or removal of a body part, either through trauma or surgery. Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable to accidents that lead to amputation. 

In many cases, it is the nature of the accident that leads to an amputation being required, rather than the accident itself. For instance, if a rider’s leg is pinned between the motorcycle and the ground preventing emergency services from rescuing them, or if an extremity is crushed beyond repair.

Bone Fractures

Illustration of a person in a hospital waiting room, waiting to be seen regarding their broken leg

Depending on their severity, bone fractures can be catastrophic and in some cases, life-threatening. Large bones like the femur are tough to break, and so mostly occur in high intensity accidents like car accidents and motorcycle accidents

A broken femur is incredibly painful and has a significant impact on an individual’s everyday life. Healing a broken femur almost always requires surgery, and typically takes between four to six months.  

If you have suffered a broken femur due to being involved in a motorcycle accident, you have rights. You may be entitled to compensation for the pain and suffering you’ve experienced, the expensive medical treatment including surgery(s) and rehabilitation, and lost earning capacity during the time your broken femur is healing. Contact a Los Angeles motorcycle accident lawyer to discuss your accident.

Types of Femoral Fracture

There are several types of femoral fractures:

  • Transverse fractures entail a break in a straight line across the femur
  • Oblique fractures entail a break in an angled line across the femur
  • Spiral fractures entail a break that encircles the femur in a striping fashion
  • Comminuted fractures describe a femur that is broken in three or more places
  • Open/compound fractures occur when the femur breaks through the skin

Complications Arising From a Broken Femur

Depending on the way in which the femur breaks and the severity of that break, a number of complications can arise. Some of these complications can be life-threatening, such as pneumonia, blood clots or infection.

Complications Arising Directly From the Femoral Fracture

Complications Arising From Surgery

  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Improper setting, leading to one leg becoming shorter than the other 
  • Hip and knee pain 
  • Nerve injury
  • Blood clots 
  • Hardware irritation, where metal implants irritate the surrounding tissue 
  • Fat embolism, where bone marrow enters the bloodstream

Serious bone fractures require lengthy healing periods which often require numerous surgeries and physical therapy to ensure the fracture properly heals, all of which is very expensive.

If you are worried about being able to pay for the treatment for your or your loved one’s injury in the aftermath of a catastrophic accident, you should speak to an expert motorcycle accident lawyer who can get you the maximum compensation you may be owed.


Possible Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

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Because motorcyclists are often more difficult to see than cars and trucks, they are uniquely vulnerable on the road. However, this does not excuse a driver who causes a crash because he or she was not paying attention or watching out for motorcyclists.

Some of the factors that contribute to motorcycle accidents include the following:

1. Negligent/Poor Driving

When a motorcycle is involved in a crash with another vehicle, the cause of the crash is often attributable to the driver of the vehicle because he or she failed to see the motorcycle and impeded the motorcyclist’s right-of-way. An example of such a crash is the Lewis v. Ukran case, covered below.

Motorcyclists are smaller visual targets, so drivers have to always pay attention when making maneuvers on the public roads. Those maneuvers include: 

  • Entering or exiting intersections, as in the case of Ekbatani v. State of California, outlined above 
  • Changing lanes
  • Making left and right turns 
  • Moving in and out of driveways

The risk to a motorcyclist is significantly increased when drivers make poor decisions and chose to drive:

Under the Influence (DUI)

Sadly, over 9000 Californians lost their lives in alcohol-impaired crashes between 2009 and 2018. Statistically, one American dies every hour in an alcohol-related crash.

Drowsy

At least 795 Americans lost their lives in 2017 due to crashes caused by drowsy driving. The Governors Highway Safety Administration (GHSA) estimates that between 10 and 20 percent of large truck and bus crashes are caused by tired or exhausted drivers.

Distracted

Using a handheld device while driving significantly increases the risk of a crash. Other distractions which increase the risk of a crash include eating, applying makeup, or engaging in stressful conversations with passengers.

Aggressively

Sometimes known as “road rage,” aggressive driving includes cutting off or tail-gating other drivers, honking or gesturing for unnecessary reasons, or intentionally preventing another driver from passing.

Too Fast

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), speeding was a contributing factor in almost a third of all traffic fatalities in 2020.

2. Dangerous Roadways

California’s roads have been known to be dangerous. Particularly deadly stretches of roadway include the I-15 in Hesperia, I-80 in Oakland/Berkeley, and the I-5 in Sacramento from Del Paso Road to Railyards Boulevard.

California is also second in the nation for rural road fatalities. Some surveys find that up to one in five solo motorcycle crashes are caused by defects in the roadway, including potholes.

3. Defectively Designed/Faulty Vehicles or Parts

Since the adoption of the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966,the NHTSA has issued minimum standards for vehicles. As part of its administrative duties, NHTSA, on occasion, has recommended manufacturers to voluntarily recall vehicles. Such NHTSA recommendations have resulted in more than 390 million recalled vehicles.

However, not all recall campaigns by manufacturers raise enough public awareness. California has the most vehicles “with unrepaired safety recalls” in the nation – an estimated 5.6 million of them as of mid-2022.

Recent motorcycle recalls include the following: 

  • Harley-Davidson recalled roughly 175,000 motorcycles in 2018 due to a concern about brake failure. 
  • Honda recalled some 2021 model year off-road motorcycles (CRF450R) for a defective drive chain.

Often riders are not aware of these defects (and cannot be expected to be), which is why it is crucial that manufacturers and distributors take action when defects that warrant a recall are brought to their attention.

What Happens During a Recall?

A recall requires the manufacturer to perform several acts: 

  • First, the manufacturer must file a public report detailing the defect, the vehicle involved, the events which determined that a recall was necessary, a proposed remedy, and a schedule for the recall to occur. 
  • Next, the manufacturer must attempt to notify the owners of the problem.
  • Finally, the manufacturer must fix the defect at no cost to the owner. (Recall information and updates can be found on the NHTSA’s website).

We are meticulous when it comes to evaluating and investigating any details in a motorcycle accident case. We work tirelessly to determine who was at fault for the accident and strive to hold the liable parties responsible. 

No matter how complex your case may be, we will work to obtain fair and just compensation for your harms and losses, including medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. If you have lost a loved one in a fatal motorcycle accident, we can explain your legal options and help you pursue a wrongful death claim.


Bringing Justice to Motorcyclists Against Negligent Drivers

Lewis v. Ukran – $2,650,000.00

On March 26, 2013. Thyme Lewis was riding his motorcycle when a van made a left turn in front of him. Despite braking, the front wheel of Thyme’s motorcycle hit the side of the van, and he was thrown from his motorcycle. He landed on the roof of the van, sustaining serious injuries which consequently ended his career as a stuntman.

In 2018, we obtained a verdict for $1,654,000.00 after the defendant in the case only offered $150,000.00. Eventually, the defendant paid more than $2,650,000.00 after adding interest and costs to the verdict.

In 2019, the California Court of Appeal published the case.


The Phases of a Motorcycle Accident Case

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An infographic depicting the phases of a motorcycle accident case. The phases are 'engaging with insurance companies,' 'sending the necessary information,' 'filing the lawsuit,' 'navigating discovery' and 'proceeding to trial.'

Engaging with Insurance Companies

Your legal representative contacts the insurance companies to open the claim.

Sending the Necessary Information

Your legal team sends the necessary information to the insurance companies, which includes providing some details about the crash and injuries.

Filing the Lawsuit

If the case does not resolve, your attorney files a lawsuit against the responsible party or parties.

The parties request information from each other, take depositions, and develop the case.

Proceeding to Trial

The case is presented to the trier of fact (typically a jury) through witness testimony, documentary evidence, photographs, and videos. The trier of fact makes a decision and announces the verdict.


Select Laws Regarding Motorcycle Accidents

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Obligations of a Driver Who Injures a Motorcyclist

According to the California Vehicle Code § 20003:

The driver of any vehicle involved in an accident resulting in injury to or death of any person shall give his or her name, current residence address, the names and current residence addresses of any occupant of the driver’s vehicle injured in the accident, the registration number of the vehicle he or she is driving, and the name and current residence address of the owner to the person struck or the driver or occupants of any vehicle collided with, and shall give the information to any traffic or police officer at the scene of the accident.

The driver also shall render to any person injured in the accident reasonable assistance, including transporting, or making arrangements for transporting, any injured person to a physician, surgeon, or hospital for medical or surgical treatment if it is apparent that treatment is necessary or if that transportation is requested by any injured person.

Additionally, any driver or injured occupant of a driver’s vehicle shall also, upon being requested, exhibit his or her driver’s license, if available, or, in the case of an injured occupant, any other available identification, to the person struck or to the driver or occupants of any vehicle collided with, and to any traffic or police officer at the scene of the accident.

How Long Do I Have to File a Motorcycle Accident Claim?

Under California’s Statute of Limitations (Civ. Proc. §335.1), you have two years from the date of the accident to file a personal injury lawsuit. If you are considering filing a lawsuit due to injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident, you should consult an experienced motorcycle accident attorney today.


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Motorcycle Accidents and Insurance Claims: What You Need to Know

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If you have concerns about navigating an insurance claim when it comes to your motorcycle accident, you should consider hiring an experienced motorcycle injury attorney who can guide you through the process. 

Mardirossian Akaragian LLP offers abundant resources, a proven track record of winning, and a powerhouse legal team to provide you with the best chance of winning the maximum compensation owed to you.

An infographic outlining the main things to be aware of when dealing with a motorcycle accident insurance claim. It covers factors that may invalidate a claim, and factors that influence how much compensation might be awarded. The details of these two sections are covered in the page copy

Factors That Can Invalidate Your Claim

Many factors can invalidate your claim, including failing to file a lawsuit within the required period of time, neglecting to include the correct parties in the lawsuit, and not preserving the correct evidence needed to properly prosecute the claim.

Factors That Can Impact The Compensation You Are Paid

Factors which can affect your compensation include:

  • How the accident occurred
  • The nature and extent of your injuries
  • The amount of time you lost from work
  • The amount you owe to healthcare providers
  • The pain and suffering you experienced and continue to experience
  • How your injuries interfere with your ability to enjoy your life

How To Find The Right Los Angeles Motorcycle Accident Attorney

While there is no doubt that there are many fine law firms throughout LA County, it is a simple fact that only certain firms are able to go the distance. Sadly it is often the case that a firm with the law on their side loses because the opposition is able to beat them through sheer resource. 

Mardirossian Akaragian LLP is a powerhouse law firm with the necessary resources needed to go the distance. With a track record of major case victories and a combined total of over half a billion dollars secured for our injury clients, your motorcycle injury claim is in the right hands with us.

Ways Our Firm Can Help With Your Motorcycle Accident Claim

We can conduct a thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding your accident, helping you to build a solid case by:

  • Gathering evidence, such as witness statements, police reports and medical documents
  • Working with accident reconstructionists, engineers, medical professionals, forensic economists and other qualified experts
  • Reconstructing the crash through our signature use of virtual and physical 3D models
  • Communicating with insurance companies 
  • Taking your case to trial if necessary 
Amir Ekbatani & Garo Mardirossian during a motorcycle accident trial where Amir was awarded $35M for his injuries

Amir Ekbatani & Garo Mardirossian during a motorcycle accident trial where Amir was awarded $35M for his injuries.

Contact one of our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers today to schedule a no-cost consultation.


What Our Motorcycle Injury Clients Are Saying

I had really hard times after my accident.

It wasn’t the proudest time of my life. I had to lean on family, I had to lean on Garo. He supported me with my medical bills. He gave me a place to live. He just had my back.

I felt like I was on a team again. I felt supported. There were ups and downs but I always felt like Garo had my back, and that I really couldn’t go wrong.

No matter happened, I knew that I could trust Garo.

Amir Ekbatani

Let Our Firm Fight for Your Rights and Your Future

We offer a sound, team-oriented approach when handling personal injury cases involving motorcycle accidents. Not only can our attorneys aggressively advocate for you in settlement or trial, but they can also guide you through the entire process with compassion and empathy. We understand the difficult situation you are in and it’s our goal to help you recover the fair compensation you are owed.

With more than 40 years of combined experience, our Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorneys are focused on recovering the maximum compensation on your behalf, whether through settlement or at trial. We understand that motorcycle accidents can cause immeasurable damage. We handle every aspect of your claim from start to finish so you can focus on getting the treatment you need.

Our firm offers exceptional talent, abundant resources, tireless dedication, and years of experience to give you the best chance of success in obtaining maximum compensation. Led by our award-winning attorneys, Garo Mardirossian and Armen Akaragian, we are prepared to provide you with aggressive representation and personalized legal guidance you need.

Talk to a Los Angeles motorcycle injury lawyer about your case or contact our firm to schedule a no-cost consultation.

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