Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Resource Center
The Arizona Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Resource Center was created and developed by the Simon Law Group. Craig J. Simon managing partner of the Simon Law Group is an experienced motorcycle rider having ridden for twenty (20) years. He has been a litigation attorney for over twenty-nine (29) years.
Arizona Motorcycle Injury/Accident Law has many peculiarities, and often is different than the law for automobile or truck accidents. Craig J. Simon has been handling auto negligence cases, including numerous motorcycle crash cases for over fifteen (15) years in Arizona. At Simon Law Group we can assist Arizona motorcycle accident victims and their families better understand motorcycle insurance laws and what happens after someone has been seriously injured or wrongfully killed in a crash. If you have questions or wish to speak to a motorcycle accident lawyer about your circumstances, please call Simon Law Group at 480-745-2450, twenty-four (24) hours a day for a free case evaluation.
Arizona Motorcycle Law FAQs
If you, a family member, or friend has been injured in a motorcycle accident on Arizona roads, please take the time to look over our frequently asked questions about motorcycle insurance, Arizona motorcycle accident law, helmets, wrongful death claims, and accidents from roadway defects.
What To Do After a Motorcycle Crash in Arizona
This outline reviews the most important steps recommended by the Simon Law Group whether you have been involved in a motorcycle accident with a car, truck, crashed your motorcycle due to a hit-and-run vehicle, or a roadway defect.
Arizona Motorcycle Accident Lawsuits
The Simon Law Group will explain to types of claims that can be made by a motorcyclist who has been involved in a crash with a car or truck: a first-party claim and a third-party claim.
Motorcycle Accident Statue of Limitations in Arizona
The deadline injured motorcyclists have to file motorcycle accident claims vary. Here we outline the Statue of Limitations for first-party claims, third-party claims, uninsured motorist claims, and claims against government entities/municipalities.
What Happens When a Motorcyclists Causes a Motorcycle Crash in Arizona
If a motorcyclist causes an accident and is sued in a lawsuit for personal injuries, he will be liable for all of the damages that he causes. Craig J. Simon will explain insurance benefits and appropriate coverage for injured motorcyclists.
What insurance is Required for Arizona Motorcyclists
The only insurance required for Arizona motorcyclists is liability coverage for a third-party personal injury lawsuit. The minimum requirement is $15,000.00 per person or $30,000.00 per occurrence. There is optional coverage a motorcyclists should also consider for protection. This would include uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage which, if you own a motor vehicle portable, meaning it is cost effective to have it on the motor vehicle and not on your motorcycle.
Arizona Motorcycle Accident Types
Possible motorcycle accidents, which the motorcycle accident lawyer from Simon Law Group divides into three (3) categories: motorcycle/car or truck, motorcycle/pedestrian, and motorcycle only crashes.
Wrongful Death Attorney – Motorcycle Accidents/Crashes
Simon Law Group clients include families who have been impacted by wrongful death of a loved one caused by another driver’s negligence. Here we outline Arizona Motorcycle Accident Wrongful Death Claims and Statues.
Arizona Helmet Laws for Motorcycles
Arizona law requires all people under eighteen (18) riding a motorcycle to wear a helmet. However, if you are eighteen (18) years or older and are involved in a motorcycle crash and you were not wearing a helmet, a motorcycle accident attorney can bring a lawsuit for your personal injuries. There may be restrictions on the amount of your recovery, however.
Motorcycle Roadway Defect Claims in Arizona
Some motorcycle accidents are the result of the defect in the roadway, such as a faulty road design, disrepair, obstruction, inadequate maintenance, or failure to remove a road hazard. In this situation, a motorcycle accident attorney can make a claim against the Arizona government entity that has jurisdiction and is responsible over the portion of the roadway.]]>