After your car accident in Mobile, you need a legal team that cares about you.
Take charge of your motorcycle accident recovery in Mobile with low-fee, high-quality support.
When you're involved in a motorcycle accident, separating the truth from the myths can be hard work. How do you navigate questions of fault or the complications of paperwork? In the face of long-lasting uncertainties, you maximize your chances of a smooth recovery by hiring a transparent, trustworthy lawyer. An experienced legal team can help you build a strong case, handle the negotiation process, and advocate for the fairest outcome.
Mighty Law uncomplicates the process, unsticks the myths, and untangles any conflicts of interest. We'll build your case from the facts up, incorporating insights on specific city and state regulations, personalized medical resources, and easy financial relief options.
Not sure if we can help? With our 60-day no-strings-attached policy, as long as we haven't filed your demand letter or a lawsuit, you can walk away without owing us a cent. At Mighty Law, we're always here to lend an ear—and full-service support after your Mobile motorcycle accident.
Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries
- Serious head injury
- Lower extremity injuries
- Chest and abdominal trauma
- Pelvic ring fractures
- Long bone injuries
Joshua is a lawyer and tech entrepreneur who speaks and writes frequently on the civil justice system. Previously, Joshua founded Betterfly, a VC-backed marketplace that reimagined how consumers find local services by connecting them to individuals rather than companies. Betterfly was acquired by Takelessons in 2014. Joshua holds a JD from Emory University, and a BA in Economics and MA in Accounting from the University of Michigan.
Why Choose Mighty?
Save more and learn more every step of the way, with Mighty Law. With our innovative client portal, clear fee structure, and experienced personal injury attorneys, we never keep the facts from you. Stay informed on your recovery and start recovering sooner with 10% lower legal fees.
What should I do if I get in a motorcycle accident in Mobile?
If you're in a motorcycle accident in Mobile, move over to the side of the road and check for injuries. Call emergency immediately, so that you can receive medical assistance and law enforcement can write an official accident report. If you're able, you should also gather evidence from the scene, including photographs of property damage, driver's license and insurance information, and witness statements.
What is the average settlement for a motorcycle accident in Mobile?
We, unfortunately, cannot provide an average motorcycle accident settlement amount since such claims vary widely, from the tens of thousands to the hundreds of thousands. That being said, 75% of personal injury cases settle for less than $30,000. If you work with Mighty's Mobile motorcycle accident lawyers, we'll help you fairly value your case based on the medical expenses, severity of injuries, and other factors.
Is hiring a motorcycle accident lawyer in Mobile necessary?
You do not have to hire a lawyer following a motorcycle crash in Mobile. However, these incidents can often result in high medical bills, questions of fault, and serious injuries. Experienced, ethical Mobile motorcycle accident lawyers help ensure that you're receiving fair compensation and avoiding the pitfalls of the PI process.
How much does a motorcycle accident lawyer in Mobile cost through Mighty Law?
We work on a contingency basis, which means you'll only pay if you win. For cases that settle directly, we charge a pre-suit fee of 30% or less of the final gross settlement. For cases involving a lawsuit, we charge a post-suit fee of 36% or less. That's 10% lower than the fees of traditional personal injury firms .
What does the process look like to get started filing my claim?
You'll start by filling out our online contact form. Next, a Mighty Law representative will be in touch for an initial screening. If you're a good fit for our legal services, we'll match you with a Mighty Law case manager who will collect documents, including insurance information, accident reports, and medical bills, and develop a treatment plan to follow. Your Mobile motorcycle accident attorneys will then use the gathered evidence to build a case and start negotiations with the insurance company. We're confident that we can help you reach a settlement that you're happy with, but if that doesn't happen right away, we may move forward with a lawsuit.
How long will it take to investigate a motorcycle accident claim in Mobile?
While the average time to payout is 1.5 years in PI, it's hard to say how long it will take for your Mobile motorcycle accident to settle. Complicating factors include the extent of medical treatment, the turnaround time of the insurance company, and the possibility of a lawsuit. Your specific case could resolve within a year, but some claims also last over 5 years. We'll push hard to help you reach your ideal outcome as soon as possible.
What happens once my motorcycle accident case is settled?
Once a settlement has been reached, we will take our cut of the final amount. You'll then receive the compensation and move forward toward a healthier, happier future.
Dean Waite & Associates, LLC
412 Dauphin Street, Suite Bb, Mobile, AL 36602
EILAND & RITCHIE, L.L.C.
5560 Nevius Road, Mobile, AL 36619
601 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36602
Taylor Martino, P.C.
455 St. Louis Street, Suite 2100, Mobile, AL 36602
Eric K. Roberts Attorney at Law LLC
1555 Spring Hill Ave, Mobile, AL 36604
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Elizabeth has 3+ years of experience practicing law, including serving as an Adjunct Professor and bar prep coach at the Southern University Law Center. She is a graduate of Southern University Law Center and holds a bachelor's degree from Colorado Technical University.
Krista L. Coggins
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Krista has 15+ years experience practicing law. She is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law and holds a bachelor's degree from Auburn University.