Spinal Cord Injuries & Lansing Accidents

The spinal cord connects the brain to the rest of the body. It runs down the spinal column with nerves branching out at points along the column. Injury to the cord can result in pain, incontinence or in its most extreme degree, paralysis, either paraplegia or quadriplegia.

Spinal cord injuries often require a tremendous amount of care. If you or a loved one has sustained a spinal cord injury in a motorcycle accident, it is important that you contact a motorcycle accident attorney in Lansing to seek all of the compensation the law allows. It is vital that this be done as soon as possible so that your attorney may investigate the accident before valuable evidence is lost.

Lansing Motorcycle Accident Attorney

We are a motorcycle accident law firm devoted to the zealous representation of bikers involved in accidents. We are Michigan Biker Law serving the Lansing area for over 30 years. As bikers ourselves we are intimately familiar with the dangers bikers face on the road. This helps us to understand and passionately represent our clients' claims. In order to assure we provide the highest quality of service to bikers, we have limited our practice to their defense. The Martindale-Hubbell national law directory ranks us as "AV" meaning preeminent in the service of our clients by evaluation of our peers.

Service to Clients

When a client contacts us, we immediately investigate the accident. This may involve inspection of the accident site, interviewing of witnesses and survey of damage. We also assure that the client is receiving superior medical care. Where the client has no physician to provide treatment, we quickly arrange for care and if desired send a nurse to accompany the client on the appointment. Our goal is that the client has all the compensation and care needed for the best chance of a full recovery or at least the best possible quality of life after such a serious injury.

Contact a motorcycle accident lawyer in Lansing from the firm for a free consultation about spinal cord injuries.