Car & Motorcycle Accidents
Were you injured in a crash?
Motor vehicle and motorcycle accidents are common types of personal injury cases and unfortunately, are often the cause of serious injuries. If you were injured in a car or motorcycle accident caused by another driver or company’s negligence, it is imperative you seek legal assistance to ensure you receive a favorable outcome for your case. By obtaining an experienced automobile accident lawyer from Smith Morgan, LLP, you can rest assured your best interests will be our highest priority.
Common Causes of Motor Vehicle Accidents
When a person gets behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, they have a certain responsibility to uphold. If you suspect your injuries were caused by an inattentive driver or faulty motor vehicle / motorcycle equipment, you may have the right to hold the negligent party responsible for your pain and suffering. While there are many different elements and factors that can lead to motor vehicle and motorcycle accidents, there are many common behaviors drivers demonstrate that typically lead to serious accidents.
The most common actions may include any of the following:
- Talking / texting on a cell phone
- Changing the radio
- Eating / drinking
- Talking to other passengers
Personal Experience with Personal Injury Cases
At Smith Morgan, LLP, our Oregon auto accident attorneys have more than 30 years of combined experience. Our founding attorney, William W. Morgan, founded our firm after he and his wife sustained injuries in a serious car accident. He, like many other victims of car and motorcycle accidents, trusted his insurance company to handle his case. However, Attorney Morgan soon discovered his insurance company did not have his wellbeing at heart—leaving him with insufficient funds and benefits to cover his and his wife’s injuries.
Do not trust an inexperienced attorney or insurance company with your case. Put your faith in the auto injury attorneys at Smith Morgan, LLP. Please contact us at (503) 362-9252 to obtain a free consultation.