I Was In A Motorcycle Accident When A Car Turned Left In Front Of Me. Who Is At Fault?

Attorney Mitchell Proner answers the question,”I was in a motorcycle accident when a car turned left in front of me. Who is at fault?” If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident contact Mitchell Proner today.

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>>Mitchell Proner: “When it comes to a left turning vehicle that fails to observe the right away of the motorcyclist, it is the left turning vehicle at fault. Percentages can be determined depending on the testimonials. If the left-turning vehicle turned early enough and the motorcycle had enough time to observe the left turning vehicle then the motorcyclist may be partially at fault.”

>>Mitchell Proner: “We have helped our clients work through the facts of these cases to ensure that the testimonial puts them accurately based on the facts of how these accidents typically happen in a fraction of a second where it’s the automobile that doesn’t observe the motorcyclist causing the accident, and putting the automobile 100% at fault.”

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Last year we recovered over $15 million for our clients. With that money, our clients are able to pay their medical bills. They are getting their lives back on track after serious injuries and they are holding to account the people who wrongfully injured them.

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$1,100,000.00 - Female, 35: Motorcyclist hit by oncoming traffic


Our client was riding on the back of a motorcycle going south when the defendant heading north made a left hand turn in front of the client, causing the accident.
Injuries: Fractured left leg which required surgery

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$5,100,000.00 - Female, 43: Cyclist hit by truck


Our client was riding her bicycle when a truck was turning and came up onto the sidewalk. Our client went to back up and the truck struck her.
Injuries: Catastrophic injuries to entire right side of body below the waist resulting in amputation of the right leg and hind quarter; bladder rupture; multiple rib and spinal fractures.

$3,500,000.00 - Female, 33: Serious personal injury


Our client fell down the stairs and was knocked unconscious at a New York City
subway station.
Injuries: Fractured skull, subsequent seizure disorder.

$4,300,000.00 - Male, 63: Pedestrian hit by bus


Our client was crossing a street when a bus hit a car and the car spun and hit him.
Injuries: Traumatic brain injury; fractured shoulder.

$750,000.00 - Male, 35: Workers' compensation


Our client was changing a pump strainer on a hot air furnace when he stepped on a board and fell through the ceiling.
Injuries: Herniated disc which required surgery.

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