Motorcycle Accident Lawyers - Morefield Speicher Bachman, LC

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYERS

The rush of the wind in your face. The unobstructed view of the land. The sense of freedom. These are all reasons why so many of us love to ride our motorcycle. However, safety is a concern, which is why Missouri requires all riders to wear helmets even while Kansas has yet to enact such a law. Yet even when a rider takes all possible precautions to protect themselves, there is a risk of suffering serious or even fatal injuries as a result of a motorcycle accident.   When somebody driving their car or truck fails to keep a careful eye out and collides with a motorcycle, the consequences can be tragic. If you or somebody you love has been injured while riding a motorcycle, please contact our motorcycle accident attorneys.  Andrew Speicher and Rick Morefield have helped numerous clients get compensation for the injuries and financial damages they have suffered as a result of a motorcycle accident.   Andrew and Rick would be happy to talk with you more about your potential claims.

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Preparing for Your Free Consultation

During your free initial consultation we will discuss the facts of of your motorcycle accident and find out from you about the damages you have suffered as a result.  We will also take a look at what insurance coverage might be available to you in addition to the at-fault driver’s coverage.  You will able to ask questions about the process and about our experience in handling car accident cases.  Most importantly it is a chance for you to meet the attorneys and paralegals that will be dedicated to your case.  If you live outside the Kansas City area, or are unable to travel because of your injuries, we can make other arrangements for your initial consultation.

It would be helpful to bring the following documents with you if you have them:

  • A copy of the motor vehicle accident report, if you have it
  • Medical bills and prescription receipts
  • Medical records given to you by your doctors
  • Explanation of Benefit forms from your health insurance provider
  • Your auto insurance card and a copy of your policy
  • Your driver’s license

Recent Posts About Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle riders are at greater risk of suffering a serious head injury in an accident than other drivers on the road.  Head injuries, including traumatic brain injury, can have long-lasting and life-altering affects.  Attorney Richard Morefield has been representing people who suffered traumatic brain injuries as a result of a motorcycle, car, or truck accident, since 1997.  

Fatality accidents are sadly an all too often occurrence on the roads and highways across Kansas and Missouri, especially when a motorcycle is involved.  If you have lost a family member in a motorcycle accident caused by someone else’s negligence, we are here to help guide you through the process of recovering some of what you lost. 

In Kansas, a personal injury lawsuit based on a car accident must be filed within two (2) years from the date the accident occurred.  In order to file a lawsuit for damages in Kansas, the accident must have either 1) occurred in Kansas, or 2) the defendant must be a resident of Kansas at the time the lawsuit is filed.

Richard Morefield and Andrew Speicher have represented clients throughout Kansas including Johnson, Miami, Wyandotte, Douglas, and Shawnee counties, and even in towns as far west as the Colorado border.  

In Missouri, a personal injury lawsuit based on a car accident must be filed within five (5) years from the date the accident occurred.  To file a personal injury lawsuit in Missouri the accident must have either 1) occurred in Missouri, or 2) the defendant must be a resident of Missouri at the time the lawsuit is filed.

Richard Morefield and Andrew Speicher have served for a combined 40 years as personal injury attorneys for hundreds of clients throughout Missouri including the entire Kansas City metro area, the surrounding counties of Clay, Platte, Buchanan, Cass, and Vernon, and in cities as far east as St. Louis and Cape Girardeau.