Motorcycle Accidents

Philadelphia Bike Injury Lawyers Representing Injured Motorcyclists

Motorcycles lack the protective structure, air bags and seat belts found on automobiles, so the injuries sustained in motorcycle crashes are often catastrophic. It is common for motorcyclists to suffer life-changing injuries in an accident, including brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and lost limbs. Even severe road rash and bruising can limit daily activities and cause permanent scarring.

If your life has been changed by a motorcycle accident, taking legal action can help you recover the compensation necessary to move forward. At the Pennsylvania law office of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., we can help. Our lawyers help motorcycle accident victims recover compensation for injuries, property damage, medical bills, hospital bills, economic damages, and physical and emotional pain and suffering.

About Your Insurance Policy

Pennsylvania law once prohibited auto insurance companies from providing medical benefits to motorcyclists — even though the same benefits were mandatory for people injured in automobiles.

Recent changes in legislation now make medical benefits available on motorcycle insurance policies. Even though these benefits are still not mandatory, you should review your policy with your insurance agent to determine your coverage if you own a motorcycle.

Using Our Experience To Achieve Favorable Results

From our main office in Pittsburgh and our satellite law office in Philadelphia, our attorneys use many years of combined experience to achieve results for clients.

We place great emphasis on keeping you informed. When we take your motorcycle accident case, you will find that it is easy to reach our lawyers. We are here to advise you about your options and to represent you in each stage of the legal process.

Contact Us

Contact Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., by calling us at 412-567-1232 in Pittsburgh or Western Pennsylvania, or toll free at 866-466-5789. You may also complete our online contact form. Initial consultations are free and confidential.