Keller Law Offices
Hurt, Upset, or Unsure On What To Do Next?
The Law Office of Mark Keller will aggressively investigate the accident so that a favorable settlement can be reached. In the event that the other driver, or their insurance company do not want to settle the claim, we have no problem proceeding to trial and letting the jury decide what is to be awarded. All three attorney, with over 80 plus years combined experience, have done numerous jury trials in both District and other State Courts in New Mexico. The goal is to get you the maximum compensation that you deserve and are entitled to.
Motorcyclists, who have been in an accident, enjoy the same rights as every other driver on the road. Unfortunately, a cultural bias exists against riders and insurance companies are not above exploiting this fact to take advantage of motorcyclists. Being in a motorcycle accident can be a traumatic and life-changing experience. Medical bills can be very costly, and you may need multiple surgeries and rehab therapy in order to recover. Taking time off from work will lead to lost wages. You need experienced and aggressive attorneys on your side. Attorneys that know how to litigate, how to try a motorcycle case, attorneys that have given numerous opening statements and closing arguments. You need attorneys that will fight for you, protect your rights and get you the full compensation that you deserve.
The attorneys at Mark Keller Law Office have over 75 years of combined experience; we can help you through the claim process and make sure you get all of the compensation that you are entitled to. Don’t settle for less, have attorneys that have your best interest at heart. If you want an aggressive motorcycle attorney with extensive trial experience, please call today for a free consultation.
Having ridden a motorcycle for a number of years here in New Mexico, I understand that the leading cause of motorcycle accidents is the other driver and/or drivers not paying attention to the motorcyclist. Basically, it is failing to see the biker which results in side-swipes, right-of-way violations, and other dangerous scenarios. National statistics show that per mile traveled in 2012, a motorcyclist was 26 times more likely to dies in a crash than someone riding in a passenger car; riders are at a much greater risk of serious accident and injury than someone in a motor vehicle. Unfortunately, because of the minimal protection that motorcycles offer their riders, the injuries tend to be catastrophic resulting in traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, concussions, paralysis, loss of limbs, fractured bones, road rash, and loss of life – this is even if the motorcyclist if wearing “protective” gear. Additionally, the cost to repair your motorcycle is often significant, and out-of-pocket expenses can quickly add up.