Best Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Fort Wayne

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Attorney Nathaniel Hubley

810 S. Calhoun Street Suite 200, Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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  • Personal Injury

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Attorney Nathaniel Hubley provides counsel and representation for clients in Fort Wayne and the surrounding areas. He assists motorcycle accident victims in pursuing fair financial compensation from at-fault parties for medical expenses, loss of income, property damage, and pain and suffering. Hubley also handles personal injury cases, such as dog bites, slips and falls, and premises liability. He is licensed to practice in all courts in the state of Indiana. In addition, Hubley teaches property, family, and criminal law at Ivy Tech Community College.

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Geisleman & Brown, LLP

919 South Harrison Street Suite 100, Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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  • ATV Accidents
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The legal staff at Geisleman & Brown, LLP have more than 55 years of combined experience advocating for clients who have been injured due to the negligent or reckless acts of others. Serving Fort Wayne and the nearby areas, the firm provides legal guidance, counsel, and representation to motorcycle accident victims, helping them pursue accountability and compensation for injuries sustained, property damages, psychological trauma, medical bills, and lost wages. Partner Dennis R. Brown is a former Barrister of the Benjamin Harrison American Inns of Court.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you check a motorcycle after a crash?

For a minor crash with no injuries, the immediate danger is being struck again by oncoming traffic, so moving your bike off of the road as soon as possible is imperative. Check your mirrors, brake lights, headlight, and controls. You should also check to make sure there is no leaking fluid, such as fuel or oil.

Are motorcycles more dangerous than cars?

Motorcycles are more dangerous than cars because they lack any protection for the rider in the event of an accident. Motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die in a crash and more than five times more likely to be injured than those riding in enclosed vehicles. Because of their small size, motorcycles’ lack of visibility is a major contributing factor in collisions with other vehicles. Motorcycles are also more vulnerable to weather conditions and road hazards than other automobiles.

How many motorcyclists get into accidents?

In 2017, of the over 8 million motorcycle riders that year, approximately 89,000 were injured in motorcycle accidents and over 5,000 motorcycle collisions resulted in fatalities. The fatality rate for 100 million miles driven is 25.67, which is largely attributed to the lack of helmet use. Most fatal crashes involving motorcycles happened during the heaviest traffic times between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m.

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