Have You Been in a Motorcycle Accident in South Carolina?
Why Should You Call Motorcycle Law Group?
- We are The Firm that Rides®, and we understand the challenges that motorcyclists face on a daily basis.
- We are local, with offices conveniently located in Cayce, just outside Columbia, south of Myrtle Beach in Surfside Beach, and in Greenville.
- We have over a decade of experience representing injured individuals in South Carolina.
Learn more about Chad Fuller, who heads our South Carolina offices.
Our South Carolina Law Offices
Contact us to schedule an appointment at one of our three South Carolina offices:
Motorcycle Laws in South Carolina
Laws and statutes for motorcyclists are different in each state—and they’re constantly evolving.
As part of our service to motorcycle riders in South Carolina and along the east coast, we maintain up-to-date, annotated versions of state laws and statutes for South Carolina, as well as several other states where we practice.
Before you leave the garage, find out everything you need to know from a trusted source: South Carolina motorcycle accident lawyers who are immersed in these laws on a daily basis.
Not Every Car Crash Lawyer Knows How to Handle Motorcycle Injury Cases
Most laws pertaining to automobiles apply to everyone on the road, whether you’re driving a car or riding a bike. However, riders who do get injured in accidents tend to face unique challenges the average driver doesn’t have to worry about. Most of the laws may be the same, but the perception and rush to judgement is uniquely one sided.
Getting the necessary medical care and recovering is often harder for motorcycle riders. Injuries for motorcyclists tend to be much more severe than injuries sustained by drivers, meaning their medical costs are higher and it often takes longer for them to return to work and resume earning a living.
In addition to these financial challenges are difficulties with bias against motorcyclists. Many judges and jurors either associated all riders with outlaw bikers or assume anyone who gets on a motorcycle is reckless and therefore guilty for their own injury. Working with a lawyer who understands how to get past those biases is often key for people who have been injured in motorcycle accidents.
Insurance companies, their claims adjusters and their attorneys understand these biases. They know personal injury cases are harder for motorcycle riders and they use that knowledge to their advantage. Having a personal injury lawyer that has focused a large part of their career on representing people like you, and is themselves a rider, often helps.
The South Carolina motorcycle lawyers at the Motorcycle Law Group have a deep understanding of motorcycle law, the physics of motorcycle accidents, the types of injuries that often occur and how to effectively negotiate with the insurance company after a motorcycle injury.
As riders ourselves, we understand the struggles motorcyclists face on the road and the measures you take to protect yourself from often distracted or reckless car and truck drivers. We know how to explain these things to judges and juries. We know how to humanize riders so they’re not mischaracterized as “outlaws” or “reckless thrill seekers.”
Most importantly, we authentically care for our clients because you’re one of us and it’s in every rider’s interest to make sure motorcyclists are treated fairly if they’re injured due to some other driver’s carelessness.
Find out how South Carolina’s Motorcycle Law Group’s lawyers will fight for you by scheduling a free consultation.
- Cayce, SC: 803-926-7501
- Surfside Beach, SC: 803-926-7501
- Greenville, SC: 864-527-0401
- Toll-Free: 1-855-LAW-RIDERS
We are advocates for South Carolina motorcyclists.
When the city of Myrtle Beach passed illegal ordinances aimed at motorcyclists, the Motorcycle Law Group went to the South Carolina Supreme Court and restored the rights of motorcyclists in South Carolina to ride without interference from the government.
If you believe your right to ride has been violated, contact us today and let us help you.
Our Experience in Personal Injury Extends Beyond Just Motorcycle Accident Injuries
Our South Carolina personal injury lawyers have a lot of experience fighting for clients injured in motorcycle accidents, meaning we know how to work tough cases. The knowledge we have in personal injury law is universal, meaning motorcycle accidents are just one facet of what we do. The fact that we frequently take some of the toughest cases around will hopefully tell you something about our caliber of attorney.
We aggressively pursue the best interests of our clients and work tirelessly to get to the truth of car crashes, truck accidents, medical malpractice injuries and other personal injury cases. Our history investigating and piecing together the often-obscured facts of motorcycle accidents makes us uniquely qualified to do the same in car and truck accidents cases.
Each case is, of course, unique and it helps to have personal injury attorneys who are flexible and know how to think outside the box to develop an effective strategy for your case.
Why Should You Call South Carolina’s Motorcycle Law Group for Your Car or Truck Accident Case?
Insurance companies generally aren’t going to be your best advocate after an auto accident of any type. The more they pay out in claims the lower their bottom line. They have many incentives to convince, pressure or scare you into accepting a low settlement and few incentives to give you the money you actually need to pay for property damage, medical costs and lost wages.
There are few negotiations tougher than those pertaining to motorcycle accidents, where the insurance company goes into the case assuming they have the upper hand. Our personal injury attorneys know how to get results in even those difficult circumstances, and we can bring that experience and scrappiness to any car accident or commercial truck accident case as well.
We know how to maximize settlements, find the right defendants and develop a clear picture of who committed which negligent actions that led to you or your loved one’s injury.
Contact South Carolina’s Motorcycle Law Group today to find out how we can help with your personal injury case.