by John J. Page

“There is a huge difference between driving or riding down the highway inside an enclosed vehicle and being on a bike with nothing between you and the road except the clothes you are wearing. And though riding a bike down the open road may be one of life’s great pleasures, there are risks involved to which car drivers are not exposed. Many people – and many lawyers, for that matter – don’t always understand the differences."

Attorney John J. Page of St. Louis knows the differences quite well. He has been helping individuals injured in vehicle-related accidents for over a decade. He thoroughly understands that a motorcycle accident is not a car accident and knows the subtleties that make motorcycle accident injury cases unique in the field of personal injury law.

A motorcycle is more than just transportation. Riding one is a way of life. But, along with that comes added challenges and responsibilities. If you’ve been in a motorcycle accident, you may be severely hurt and have a long recovery ahead. In The Missouri Motorcycle Accident Information Kit, Mr. Page examines the anatomy of a motorcycle accident injury case, from what to do immediately following the accident, to dealing with the insurance company, to placing a value on your case. Mr. Page explains in clear, concise language what you and your attorney need to do in order to recover fair and reasonable compensation for your injuries, medical bills and lost wages.


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