Fatal Motorcycle Accident Lawyer in McHenry County, Chicago
Compassionate Counsel to Families Pursuing Fatal Accident Claims
Uncovering the Cause of Fatal Motorcycle Accidents
Every motorcycle accident claim is fact-specific. If you recently lost a loved one in wrongful death accident, your mind may be swirly trying to understand what could have possibly gone wrong. At Hanaford Law, we are committed to handling the details of your loved one's case so you can focus on taking care of yourself and your family.
Robert Hanaford, fatal motorcycle accident lawyer in McHenry County, Chicago, conducts thorough investigations to understand the serious of events just before fatal accidents occur.
Witness statements and police reports may help verify if weather concerns, distracted driving or another factor was an issue. He can also evaluate maintenance reports to understand if similar types of accidents have been attributed to a product defect. When fault remains unclear, he can consult accident scene reconstructionists. He works with them to evaluate property damage and any factors that may have led to the motorcycle accident such as:
- Reckless car or truck driver
- Speeding motorist
- Distracted driver
- Drunk driver
- Poorly marked construction detours
- Faulty breaks or defective tires
Getting answers may not give you closure. But, we want to identity the cause of the motorcycle accident so we can pursue a full financial recovery against anyone responsible for causing the accident. We want you to be able to face the future without worrying how expenses related to the collision will be covered. Through pursuing a wrongful death claim, we can help you recover compensation for any medical expenses related to the accident, pain and suffering, burial and funeral costs, and lost wages.
Contact Our experienced Motorcycle Death Attorney in McHenry County, Chicago.
We understand you are not looking to profit off your loved one's accident. That is not our hope for you, either. But, we are here to help you secure the compensation you are entitled to so you are not put at risk financially.