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A motorcycle accident can be physically and psychologically devastating. From traumatic brain injuries to post-traumatic stress disorder, a motorcyclist can suffer in many ways from the careless or reckless acts of a driver. At Robinette Legal Group, PLLC, we care about motorcycle accident victims injured in West Virginia and know how to hold wrongdoers accountable. Our Morgantown motorcycle accident lawyers can help you pursue the financial compensation you and your family deserve.

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Why Choose Our Morgantown Motorcycle Accident Lawyers?

  • We stand by West Virginia’s motorcyclists and have significant experience handling motorcycle accident cases. Our motorcycle accident lawyer has recovered millions of dollars for injured crash victims.
  • Morgantown personal injury lawyer Jeff Robinette has experience as a former insurance defense lawyer, giving him unique knowledge about how the other side of your case handles claims.
  • Our Morgantown motorcycle accident lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. This means we only charge attorney’s fees if we obtain financial compensation for the client.
  • One of our most exciting events of the year is when we host Hoagy’s Heroes, our favorite long-distance charity motorcycle riders, when they come to Morgantown to bring their gifts to the Ronald McDonald House. Click Here to Read More!

Common Injuries From Motorcycle Accidents

A motorcyclist is vulnerable to serious injuries in a motor vehicle accident. Even with protective gear such as a helmet or vest, motorcycle accidents can cause catastrophic injuries – the legal term for injuries that will affect the victim for life. Some of the most common motorcycle accident injuries include:

It is important not to underestimate the effects of emotional and psychological injuries from motorcycle accidents, as well. Many injured motorcyclists suffer from emotional distress, mental anguish, PTSD, and lost quality of life.

NOTE: Motorcycle laws in West Virginia make it obligatory for riders to wear a helmet.

Who Is Responsible for Your Related Costs in a Motorcycle Accident Case?

The expenses connected to physical and emotional injuries can be immense. Your family may have to spend thousands of dollars in present and future medical care, such as physical therapy, rehabilitation, medications, and specialists – as well as suffering financial hardship from the inability to go back to work. If you did not cause your motorcycle wreck, you may not be responsible for paying for your related expenses. Our motorcycle accident attorneys can help you determine who is liable for damages.

West Virginia operates on a fault insurance system, meaning the party at fault for causing a motorcycle crash is financially responsible (liable). If another driver caused your motorcycle accident by failing to yield the right-of-way, following too closely, making an unsafe left-hand turn, running a red light, or another careless act, that driver’s insurance company must pay for your related losses.

What Should You Say to an Insurance Company After a Motorcycle Crash?

When dealing with an insurance company during a motorcycle accident claim, be careful what you say to the insurance claims adjuster. This is the professional in charge of reviewing your claim and recommending to the insurance provider whether to accept or reject benefits. The adjuster is not on your side; his or her main goal is to save the insurance company money by devaluing your claim.

During your conversations with an insurance adjuster, do not admit fault. Do not say that you are uninjured until you have seen a doctor. Keep your answers to questions short. Politely declined to give the adjuster a recorded statement. If your claim is accepted and you are offered a settlement, consult with a Morgantown motorcycle accident lawyer before saying yes. Once you accept, you cannot renegotiate the amount. A motorcycle accident attorney can review your case and let you know if the offer is adequate for your injuries and losses.

Check out New Safety Gear and Tech for Motorcyclists

Infrared night vision screen for your motorcycle: Thermal imaging for motorcycles detects heat instead of visible light. Detected heat sources such as deer or pedestrians appear white against cool backgrounds.

Talk to an Experienced Motorcycle Accident Lawyer in Morgantown, WV Today

Attorney Jeff Robinette will do everything possible to maximize your results during a motorcycle accident injury claim in Morgantown, West Virginia. We will make sure you and your family have everything you need in the aftermath of a harmful collision. We have dedicated and experienced motorcycle accident attorneys handling personal injury claims.

Please call our office at (304) 594-1800 or contact us online today to learn more during a free consultation with a Morgantown motorcycle accident lawyer.


“Attorney Robinette was very knowledgeable in his field of expertise. He professionally represented himself, with honesty and dignity. I was always kept well informed and kept up to date regularly. His staff was very courteous and knowledgeable and very patient.”

Call us today to find out how we can help you.

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Jeffery Robinette is a West Virginia Personal Injury Lawyer based in Morgantown who represents individuals who have been seriously injured or killed due to motor vehicle collisions or catastrophic workplace accidents.

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