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Skillful Georgia Lawyers Assist People Hurt in Motorcycle Accidents

Proven Stone Mountain firm seeks compensation for injured riders

If you’ve been hit by another vehicle while riding a motorcycle, the chances of suffering a serious injury are high. Even if you employ safety precautions such as antilock brakes, a high-quality helmet and the best protective riding gear, a crash could change your life in a second. At Jason & Bradley, LLC in Stone Mountain, we are skillful Georgia lawyers who seek full compensation for motorcycle riders after they’ve been hurt in a collision. With decades of legal experience that includes both private practice and military work, our attorneys know how to investigate liability and secure appropriate damages at trial and through settlement negotiations.

Aggressive Metro Atlanta attorneys represent bikers in collision cases

Taking your motorcycle out in the greater Atlanta area or elsewhere in Georgia can be exhilarating, but one inattentive car or truck driver could change things very quickly. We have the knowledge and network of medical experts to handle matters relating to the types of injuries bikers suffer, including:

  • Road rash — Even a small nudge from a larger vehicle can send a bike sliding, resulting in road rash and other serious skin damage. If you’ve been hurt in this way, our firm will prepare evidence substantiating the immediate harm as well as other consequences such as infections.
  • Head injuries — Determining the effects of a head injury can be a complex process. Whether you were wearing a helmet or not, we seek appropriate compensation from negligent vehicle operators.
  • Spinal damage — In cases where a spinal injury occurred, we’ll advise you of the potential damages associated with permanent back problems, paralysis or whatever symptoms you’re facing.

Starting with a free initial consultation, we’ll assess what compensation you might be entitled to for your physical and property damage. In every case, our assertive litigators pursue full reimbursement for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other items available under Georgia law.

Strong advocates take on negligent drivers in trials and settlement matters

No matter how deserving you are, obtaining the payment you deserve after a motorcycle accident can be difficult without effective legal representation. Our firm works immediately to gather the evidence needed to show that the driver was responsible for the collision. From there, we analyze relevant insurance coverage and press for a fair, prompt resolution. As seasoned litigators, our lawyers understand the potential value of a claim and will help you avoid an inadequate settlement. If the defendant lacks sufficient coverage or is unwilling to make a fair offer, we’ll outline your rights and options.

Contact a dedicated Georgia motorcycle accident lawyer for a free consultation

Jason & Bradley, LLC represents Georgia victims of motorcycle accidents and other vehicle collisions in personal injury claims. Please call (404) 297-9933 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation at our office in Stone Mountain. If you cannot travel to our location, we can meet at your home, hospital room or workplace.

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  • Avvo Client Choice 2017
  • Peer Review Rated
Office Location
  • Stone Mountain Office
    5050 Memorial Drive
    Stone Mountain, Georgia 30083
    Phone: 404-297-9933
    Fax: 404-297-0204
If We Can Fight For Our Country, We Can Fight For You.
Attorneys Dan Jason and Claire Bradley Jason are Military Veterans with a combined 16 years on active duty as Captains and Judge Advocates in the United States Army. Dan served at several military installations, including as Trial Defense Counsel with the Army's 2nd Infantry Division, South Korea; and Group Judge Advocate with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigations Command, Ft. Gillem, GA. Claire is an Operation Desert Storm Combat Veteran and served in a host of other installations. After moving into the Reserves, both attained the ranks of Major before their honorable discharges in 2002. Dan and Claire received several awards for their military service.