O'Fallon Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Protecting the Interests of Injured Motorcyclists and Their Families

When drivers fail to pay attention and share the road with motorcyclists, the consequences can be severe, even fatal. If you have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident, you may be entitled recover a full range of damages, including past and future lost wages and fringe benefits, medical expenses including future life care, pain and suffering, and disability.

At the law firm of Kujawski Marcus, LLC, our O'Fallon motorcycle accident attorneys will relentlessly pursue justice for motorcyclists and their families. Our experienced trial lawyers will fight for you to get the results you need and deserve.

Experienced Trial Attorneys Who Are Prepared to Fight for Your Rights

Our firm handles motorcycle personal injury and wrongful death claims on behalf of clients throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. We have a strong track record of success on behalf of bikers and other clients who have been seriously injured due to the carelessness of other drivers.

All too often, motorcyclists get blamed for accidents that were not their fault. Our attorneys will immediately investigate your accident, locate witnesses, and talk to law enforcement to ensure that your rights are protected.

Motorcycle accidents often result in catastrophic injuries such as brain injuries and paralysis, and our lawyers have extensive experience in handling these types of claims. Because many motorcycle accidents result in severe, long-term injuries, it is important that you maximize your uninsured and underinsured policy limits to protect yourself and your family from financial hardship.

Southern Illinois Motorcycle Injury Attorneys · 800-624-4571

At Kujawski Marcus, LLC, we understand motorcyclists, and we are dedicated to helping motorcycle accident victims and their families. To schedule a free consultation to discuss how we can help you with your case, please contact us today at 800-624-4571 or by e-mail.