Motorcycle Accident Attorney
Even though car accidents can be dangerous, motorcycle accidents hold an even greater potential for injury. That’s because motorcyclists put themselves in very vulnerable positions every time they get on the road. As a biker, you have to put a great deal of trust in your fellow motorists. Unfortunately, drivers of cars, trucks, and tractor trailers don’t always treat you with the respect you deserve. As a result, you could be seriously injured through no fault of your own. If this has happened to you, call a motorcycle accident attorney at Uricchio Law Firm.
Our law firm has a long history of serving bikers. Over the years, we’ve handled many cases involving Charleston, SC motorcycle accidents, catastrophic injuries, and wrongful death. We truly understand the rules of the road when it comes to motorcyclists and their rights. Our founder, Paul Uricchio, was a biker himself. He understood and appreciated the biking experience. He educated his team regarding the specific resources necessary to properly investigate a motorcycle accident and assign liability. Call Uricchio Law Firm to work with an attorney who has a deep understanding of a biker’s rights both on and off the road, as well as current laws regarding motorcycle operation on South Carolina roads.
We represent bikers who’ve been hurt in all types of accidents, including hit-and-run accidents, as well as those involving lane changes, failure to yield, and rear-end accidents. It doesn’t matter what type of vehicle hit you, either. Both passenger cars and commercial vehicles can leave devastating injuries to motorcyclists. If you’ve suffered broken bones, lacerations, brain injuries, organ damage, or other injuries, don’t hesitate to call a motorcycle accident attorney. The Uricchio Law Firm is ready to help you get the results you deserve and the compensation you need. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation.
Attorney at Law
Cristin is admitted to practice in the Circuit Courts of South Carolina, The South Carolina Court of Appeals, The South Carolina Supreme Court, and The United States District Court for the District of South Carolina.