Best Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Wilmington


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18 S Water St #4, Wilmington, NC 28401
  • Truck Accidents

Why choose this provider?

For more than 20 years, Nagle & Associates, P.A. has represented injured motorcyclists in the Wilmington area. It collects compensation for medical bills, motorcycle repairs, disability, loss of limb, and pain and suffering. The firm also handles bicycle, car, and truck accident cases. Carl Nagle started out as an insurance defense attorney in Georgia before focusing on personal injury law in North Carolina. He is a member of the American Association for Justice and the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers.


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102 West Broad Street, Elizabethtown, NC 28337
  • Personal Injury

Why choose this provider?

The Law Office of Matthew J. Dixon PLLC represents clients in the Wilmington metro and nearby areas in various legal matters. Its attorney, Matthew Dixon, helps individuals injured by other people's negligence or wrongful actions. He handles different types of personal injury lawsuits, including those that involve motorcycle accidents. In addition to personal injury, he deals with workers' compensation and traffic ticket cases. Dixon has been practicing law since 1997. He is a Certified Superior Court Mediator.


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1207A Arendell St, Wilmington, NC 28557
  • General Negligence
  • Personal Injury

Why choose this provider?

Law Offices of Robert D. Rouse, III, PLLC, represents clients throughout the Wilmington metro. It handles motorcycle accident cases to help victims recover maximum compensation for their injuries, future and current medical expenses, and lost wages. It also offers legal assistance to families whose loved ones wrongfully died due to other people's negligence. In addition to motorcycle accidents, the firm serves plaintiffs in boating, car, bicycle, golf cart, and pedestrian accident cases. Its founder, Robert D. Rouse III, has been resolving legal cases since 1973.


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What does a motorcycle accident attorney do?

    Motorcycle accident attorneys provide legal advice, negotiate with insurance companies, and represent accident victims in and out of court. They investigate the cause of collisions, establish fault, value claims, prepare legal documents, and fight to recover adequate compensation for their clients. Most lawyers in this practice area also handle car and truck accidents and other personal injury claims.

  • What is my motorcycle accident injury claim worth?

    Injured motorcyclists may be eligible for several types of compensation depending on their losses, state of residence, and level of fault. Whether or not they were wearing a helmet may also come into play. A lawyer can help to evaluate claims based on medical expenses, property damage, past and future lost wages, loss of earning capacity, pain and suffering, and emotional trauma.

  • How long after a motorcycle accident can you claim an injury?

    The statute of limitations for personal injury claims is typically two years from the date of the accident. However, each state has its own rules. In Tennessee and Louisiana, for example, victims of motorcycle accidents have just one year to file a lawsuit. In Maine, Minnesota, and North Dakota, individuals have up to six years to initiate a claim.

  • What is the average settlement for a motorcycle accident injury?

    Based on eight years of national data, the average verdict in motorcycle accident cases ranges from $74,000 to $560,000. Also note that the majority of claims are settled out of court. Riders may receive compensatory damages for medical bills, property damage, and lost wages, as well as general damages for emotional trauma, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium. Additionally, in states that follow a comparative negligence model, the plaintiff’s claim may be reduced according to his or her level of fault.

  • What is the first thing I should do after a motorcycle accident?

    The steps that you take immediately after a collision can be instrumental in proving an accident or injury claim. In general, you should follow these guidelines:

    • Gather insurance and contact information from the other driver and any witnesses.
    • Contact law enforcement to report the collision and complete an accident report.
    • Document injuries, property damage, and road conditions.
    • Visit a doctor or hospital within 24 hours.
    • Avoid discussing the accident with the other driver or their insurance company.

  • How does the motorcycle injury claim process work?

    Motorcycle accident cases typically start with an insurance claim. After documenting their client’s losses and establishing fault, attorneys generally prepare a demand letter requesting compensation from the other driver’s insurance company. It can take anywhere from one to six months for insurance adjusters to make a settlement offer. If the company denies the claim or the parties can’t reach an agreement, the lawyer can prepare a notice of intent to sue and file a formal lawsuit with the appropriate court.

  • How do many motorcycle crashes happen?

    The most common causes for motorcycle collisions are drunk driving, exceeding the speed limit, and left turns. In 42% of all motorcycle collision fatalities, another vehicle turned left in front of an oncoming motorcycle. Motorcycle accidents are also caused by dangerous road conditions, such as crumbling pavement, debris in the road, and potholes. Other factors that contribute to motorcycle accidents include unsafe lane changes, sudden stops, lane splitting, inexperienced drivers, motorcycle defects, and car doors opened in the path of a motorcycle.