Motorcycle Fatal Accidents in Missouri and Arkansas

According to recently released statistics by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there was a significant 6% drop in the number of people killed in motorcycle accidents across the country in 2013. There was also a perceptible drop in the number of people injured in these accidents.

Data released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration finds a total of 4,668 motorcyclist fatalities in accidents in 2013. That was a drop from 4,986 fatalities the previous year. There were 88,000 motorcycle injuries reported in 2013, which was a 5% drop from the 93,000 motorcyclist injuries recorded the previous year. In Missouri, there were 71 motorcycle accident fatalities in 2013. In Arkansas there were 55 fatalities.

If you or someone you love have been injured in a Missouri or Arkansas motorcycle accident with and the accident was not your fault, you may have a right to recover compensation for injury including pain and suffering, property damage, lost wages due to missed work and your medical bills. Victims of personal injury and the surviving family of wrongful death victims often have a difficult time choosing an attorney. Many personal injury firms handle a large volume of cases, treating clients as just one of many at The Krebs Law Firm L.L.C., I take a personal approach with our clients.

Many people may be worried that they do not have the money to pay for a wrongful death or personal injury attorney when they or a family member were injured but we only handle motorcycle accident cases on a contingent fee basis. In other words, there is no fee unless we are successful in getting you the compensation that you deserve. If you would like to speak to me or my staff simply call (417) 883-5886 for your free case evaluation today.

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Also, if you are wondering if location is an issue, I personally handle wrongful death and injury cases throughout all of Missouri and Arkansas.