Motocross Injuries

When Bike Defects And Dangerous Conditions Cause Motocross Injuries

Overcoming the assumptions over the cause of a motocross accident is a challenging obstacle. Motocross is assumed to be a fast-paced and reckless sports where danger is inherent and injuries are commonplace during races. However, negligence can be a factor. At Abramson Smith Waldsmith LLP, our attorneys bring the facts to light, not the misconceptions.

Motocross is an exciting and popular sport. However, signed waivers of liability are usually the norm before a participant takes to the track. That document does not prevent injury, nor does it excuse gross negligence by the other party. We represent clients in the San Francisco Bay Area and throughout Northern California.

Holding The Negligent Accountable

The owner of the track must adhere to high standards of safety. Yes, motocross is risky, but the track should have adequate signage and clear of any unforeseen hazards. When the owner falls short of these obligations, serious motocross injuries and even fatal accidents occur.

Motocross Injuries From Defective Products

At Abramson Smith Waldsmith LLP, we also investigate motocross accident claims that involve defects in motorcycles and helmets. Manufacturers do not always follow the letter of the law when it comes to quality and safety. Careening around a sharp turn with a faulty bike or defective protective headwear is a recipe for disaster.

A waiver you may have signed does not mean that a track owner or product manufacturer can relax their safety standards. We use experience, aggression and the resources necessary to hold them accountable and secure the compensation you deserve for your motocross injuries.

Contact The Attorneys Of Abramson Smith Waldsmith LLP

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a motocross injury, please contact us by calling 415-421-7995 or by filling out our online contact form.

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