Indiana Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

Though hitting the open road on a motorcycle has its thrills, the death rate is at an all-time high among motorcyclists. More than 5,000 people were killed riding motorcycles in the United States in 2015 alone – a 10 percent increase over the year prior. This increase is largely due to individual states granting permission to ride without a helmet.

In addition to the lack of helmets, there are all sorts of reasons why driving a motorcycle can present dangers. Whether an accident is caused by dangerous road conditions or inattentive drivers, our experienced motorcycle accident attorneys can fight for the maximum possible compensation in your situation.

Cause of Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents can result from a number of factors, including:

  • Dangerous road conditions
  • Failure of another driver to follow traffic signals
  • Failure of another driver to check mirrors before changing lanes
  • Distracted drivers
  • Failure to keep a proper lookout
  • Speeding and road rage
  • Drunk driving
  • Tailgating  

Bikers have the same right to the road as any car or truck driver, and our dedicated team will aggressively represent you to pursue all of your damages arising from an accident. While every case is different and will yield a different result, Boughter Sinak, LLC is proud to have recovered millions for motorcycle accident victims and their families. If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, we will fight tirelessly on your behalf. 


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