The lack of safety features and comparatively smaller size of motorcycles leaves motorcyclists vulnerable to devastating injuries that can change the course of your life.
If you or a loved one was in a motorcycle accident, our team can help...
Motorcyclists are one of the most vulnerable types of drivers on the road.
Despite being a minority on the road, motorcyclists are affected by a disproportionate number of accidents.
At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we understand how devastating a motorcycle accident can be. Our attorneys have been representing Utah citizens who have been injured in motorcycle accidents for over 25 years.
We can work with your insurance company or file a lawsuit to help you collect the compensation you need to recover and rebuild.
"Small team, huge impact! They're only just now starting to expand because of their success, but they give you & your case the utmost attention and are relentless in getting you the best results. There were times I felt they "did enough", but they continued to fight and then actually helped double the outcome when I didn't think it was possible. I couldn't recommend them any more." Jared A.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcycles account for only three percent of all registered vehicles in the United States.
Due to their low visibility, reduced stability, and lack of robust safety features, motorcyclists are 29 times more likely to die in accidents than motor vehicle drivers.
If you have lost a loved one due to a motorcycle accident, we can file a wrongful death lawsuit on your behalf and help you hold those responsible accountable for their actions.
The severity of injuries caused by motorcycle accidents can lead to significant financial hardship for victims and their families.
A serious injury can also mean missed work, lost wages, and a decreased earning ability.
Typically, there is no personal injury protection (PIP) insurance for motorcycles, bullet bikes, ATVs, and other recreational vehicles.
Without assistance from the insurance company, the only compensation you may be able to recover is through a personal injury claim.
"What people need to understand first and foremost is that the insurance company they're dealing with on the other side is not a charitable organization. They are not there to look out for the rights of the people who have been injured..."
"We're able to negotiate and resolve these claims at a much higher rate than somebody without a lawyer because ultimately the insurance company knows if they don't treat our clients fairly, we have the ability to take them to court and get a successful resolution there...."
The negative stereotypes associated with motorcyclists can make it more difficult to collect compensation from a personal injury lawsuit.
Our attorneys can help you investigate the cause of your accident, determine who is at fault for your injuries, and fight for the maximum compensation possible.
At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we understand how difficult this time is for you which is why we offer free case evaluations. In addition, there is no upfront cost for hiring one of our attorneys.