Fighting For The Respect Motorcycle Riders Deserve

Motorcycle riders rarely get the respect they deserve on the road. This can create very serious risks. People may not see a motorcycle rider until it is too late. Even when they do see a motorcycle, they may inadequately assess what is a safe operating distance to keep between the vehicles. This can lead to motorcyclists being run off the road or having cars or trucks pull out in front of them when it is too late to avoid a collision.

Catastrophic Injuries Are Common In Motorcycle Accidents

Without the safety of having two tons of car or truck wrapped around them, motorcycle riders are exposed to the full force of impacts with other vehicles, trees, light posts and the road. That exposure can create incredibly severe injuries such as:

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
  • Spinal cord injuries (paraplegia, quadriplegia, partial paralysis)
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Amputations
  • Broken bones
  • Road rash

Recovering from your injuries can be a long and painful process that will place a difficult financial burden on you. Medical bills and lost wages can create financial uncertainty for even the most prudent households.

You deserve to be fully compensated for all of your losses, and we understand how to build highly effective cases that can secure that compensation for you.

Multimillion-Dollar Settlements And Verdicts

At Pete Olson Law, our firm brings decades of experience and a record of success to the table for each of our clients. We have successfully resolved thousands of cases and obtained multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for our clients. Lawyer Pete Olson understands the difficulties people face after serious accidents, and he is committed to helping people get through those tough times.

Motorcycle Accident Attorney Serving Clarksville And Throughout Tennessee

For representation that can help you begin putting your life back together after a serious motorcycle accident, turn to Pete Olson Law. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 866-596-8385, or contact us online.

We collect attorney's fees only if we secure compensation for you.