Fayetteville Fatal Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

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Fayetteville Fatal Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Help for Families After a Fatal Motorcycle Accident

The truth is many people don’t look for motorcyclists when they are driving on highways and city streets. The consequences for bikers and their families can be tragic.

At the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. in Fayetteville, we understand the issues that families face after a wrongful death. We hold careless drivers accountable when they fail to yield right of way to motorcycle riders or turn in front of them, cutting them off or forcing them off the road. Such drivers may explain that they never saw the motorcycle, but that is no excuse. The fact is they didn’t look.

When this happens, you deserve justice. Our lawyers will make that happen.

We know you are busy and overwhelmed. We can come meet you, either at home or in the hospital. Your consultation is free. If you choose to hire us, we work on a contingency basis. This means you pay us nothing until you receive compensation for your loss.

Helping You Make Ends Meet

If you lost a husband, wife, mother, father, son or daughter in a serious motorcycle accident in North Carolina or in a neighboring state, you have our sincere sympathy. Beyond sympathy, however, we have knowledge and skills to offer that may help bring financial justice to your family.

While no amount of money can compensate your family for the death of a loved one, the civil justice system can help you recover medical and funeral costs, replace financial support and compensate you for the emotional cost of no longer having that person in your life.

Was Your Loved One Killed in a Motorcycle Accident?

After a fatal motorcycle accident, wrongful death attorney Wade Byrd has valuable advice to offer your family. Contact us through this website or by calling 910-323-2555 to discuss your loved one’s motorbike accident and your legal options.

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