Motorcycle Accident Cases

We Are An Experienced Motorcycle Accident

Personal Injury Law Firm

Quintana Law proudly brings experience and the personal attention you deserve in handling your case if you or someone you love has been injured in a motorcycle accident. Quintana Law is committed to aggressively and efficiently representing these personal injury victims throughout the State of Arizona.

As soon as possible after a motorcycle accident, it is important to conduct a thorough investigation. An experienced motorcycle accident attorney will coordinate an accident investigation by collecting all police reports and investigative materials. Also, a motorcycle accident investigator can often analyze the evidence from the accident to reconstruct what happened.

It is important to preserve the evidence from a motorcycle accident, including taking photographs of the scene and the vehicles involved. Furthermore, after an accident, the motorcycle should be inspected by a qualified technician if there is some indication that a defective product was involved. In such cases, the motorcycle should be preserved and stored as evidence.

You should always consult with a motorcycle accident attorney prior to speaking with the other driver’s insurance company. Most experienced motorcycle accident attorneys advise those who are involved in collisions not to speak with the other driver’s insurance adjuster and not to give a recorded statement.

Even if you were partially responsible for the motorcycle accident, it is important to realize that Arizona law recognizes the concept of comparative fault. That means that multiple parties may be responsible for an accident and fault can be apportioned/divided among several parties. So even if you believe that you are at fault for a motorcycle accident, you should consult with an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer at Quintana Law to evaluate the case. Even those riders who are more than 50% at fault can make a claim.

An experienced motorcycle attorney should conduct a thorough investigation before concluding that the other driver was uninsured. If the other driver is uninsured, it is always possible that your own insurance may have coverage to pay for damages, injuries and expenses. The possible policies are uninsured motorist coverage, medial payments coverage and collision coverage. Often, accident victims don’t understand the types of coverage they may actually have in place; therefore it is important to get the opinion of an experienced and skilled lawyer to make those determinations for you.

Considering all of these things, it is very important for you to contact Quintana Law as soon as possible after you or a loved one have been involved in a motorcycle accident. We can be reached at (602) 403-6815.


Do not attempt to negotiate on your own with the person responsible for your motorcycle accident and injuries. Let Quintana Law act as your expert personal injury attorneys. Remember, the other insurance company and often your very own will not pay you reasonable compensation for your injuries. You need our professional legal advice. Call our firm for a free consultation to discuss your case. There is no obligation and again, the consultation is absolutely free of charge. Call our experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorneys.

In representing our personal injury clients, we will negotiate with the insurance companies involved and handle all communications and actions on your behalf. We will fight aggressively to get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries. If the person and insurance company responsible for your injuries refuses to pay you the appropriate sum of money to settle your claims against them, we will file a lawsuit against them and take them to court.


Call Quintana Law for a free, no obligation consultation regarding your motorcycle accident personal injury case. We will give you our expert opinion absolutely free of charge. We represent clients and their families throughout the State of Arizona, including Phoenix, Mesa, Glendale, Tempe, Scottsdale, Peoria, Tucson, Chandler, and Gilbert. Our experienced law firm represents clients in Maricopa County, Gila County, Pinal County, and Yavapai County and all others throughout the State of Arizona. Do not delay calling Quintana Law at (602) 418-0733. Se Habla Español.