Our firm represents clients and visitors throughout Maine who have suffered personal injuries and property damage from a motorcycle accident. Such accidents include those involving drunk or hit-and-run drivers, uninsured or underinsured drivers.
We also represent those injured in motor vehicle accidents, collisions or crashes resulting from defective products or designs in motorcycles.
Injuries suffered as a result of these types of accidents can be severe and life altering. You may have suffered whiplash or burns to your head or neck, have nerve damage or spinal chord paralysis, broken or dislocated a bone or limb, or even have lost the use of a limb.
In recent years, we have represented the family of a woman motorcyclist who was killed in part due to a drunk driver who should not have been on the roads. The claim was denied until our factual investigation and legal research revealed the basis for a full-policy payout to her family for this wrongful death claim.
The firm also just represented a gentlemen-motorcyclist who was cut off in his right-of-way. The bike caught fire and he was pinned underneath the minivan that blocked his path. He suffered life-altering injuries, including severe burns, complex fractures and the below-knee amputation of one leg. Largay Law researched the federal laws for this U.S. Armed Services Veteran and secured a complete waiver of nearly $ 750,000 in medical bills to afford this motorcyclist-client a financial recovery that would otherwise have been consumed by liens.
Our firm understands that your immediate goals after going through such trauma are to get your medical bills paid and covered; make sure you do not suffer financially through any lost wages; and make sure your insurance company will pay for future treatment relating to your injury. Our experienced attorneys will discuss your situation and go over the options available to you, as well as work with insurance companies and other parties involved in your case to make sure all your needs are handled quickly and appropriately.