Cruiser Bike Accidents
The cruiser bike was designed to supply comfort to the rider so they can ride for long distances. The size of a cruiser bike will inflict more damage to a vehicle compared to a sport bike, but the larger size of the bike does not protect the rider from any injury. It is still highly dangerous for the motorcyclist if involved in an accident with a motor vehicle. If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident, we suggest you seek legal representation early. At Pacific Attorney Group, we have attorneys that can help represent those injured in cruiser bike accidents, thus enabling you to pursue the compensation you deserve to recover from the collision.
Receiving Compensation after a Cruiser Bike Accident
For you to pursue your case, you must prove that the operator of the other vehicle involved was negligent. Acts of negligence include:
- Driving under the influence;
- Reckless driving; and
- Texting or talking while driving
If you are injured on a cruiser bike by a hazardous road condition, the county or city is potentially liable for not fixing or blockading the hazard. If by chance your cruiser has faulty machinery or body work, the company is possibly liable for the damages caused by their negligence.