The fact is, there are things that motorcycles offer that cars and trucks never can. For example, riding a motorcycle can feel almost like flying. As you ride, you get the rush of wind across your whole body. And that sense of flight can produce a feeling of freedom that is unmatched by any other form of transportation.
Also, motorcyclists often form very close bonds with their machines. Owning a motorcycle typically means spending time performing mechanical maintenance. You will get to know every nuance of a motorcycle if you regularly give it a tuneup and make repairs. Eventually, you will be the only person who fully understands how to keep your motorcycle running in top condition.
And when you are out on the road, you are very much at one with your machine. And this is important because you must be able to control your motorcycle in such a way to avoid collisions and spills. Knowing how to handle a motorcycle in an emergency situation could even save your life.
But while your riding skills can provide you with a measure of safety, you still must rely on other people to be aware of your presence and respect your rights. Being struck by an aggressive or inattentive motorist could leave you with serious injuries from which you may never fully recover. At Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., we offer a full range of legal services for those who have been injured in motorcycle accidents.
Whether you need your accident investigated to prove liability, or you need someone to represent your interests by dealing with insurance companies, we have experience and may be able to help you get the compensation you require for your recovery. We encourage you to look over the pages of this website to learn more about our firm.