Left-Turn Motorcycle Accidents

Under Minnesota law, a vehicle turning left must yield to oncoming traffic. Drivers who are making left turns are typically looking for full-sized vehicles and proceed through the intersection when they don't see one. In too many cases, however, these drivers fail to see oncoming motorcyclists and turn directly into their paths.

A motorcyclist traveling 30 miles per hour or more can suffer severe and often life-threatening injuries when he or she crashes at full speed into the side of a left-turning vehicle. The drivers who fail to see motorcyclists and turn in front of them should be held liable for the harm they cause in these accidents.

Skillful Representation In Complex Motorcycle Accident Cases

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a left-turn motorcycle accident, the Rochester attorneys at the law firm of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd., are ready to help. We provide results-oriented representation to victims throughout southeastern Minnesota who have been injured in a serious motorcycle accident.

We conduct a thorough investigation into your accident, including reviewing police reports, interviewing witnesses and photographing the scene whenever possible. When appropriate, we bring in accident reconstructionists, medical experts and others so that we can present the most compelling possible case in support of your claim for damages.

Discuss Your Case With A Qualified Minnesota Lawyer

Learn more about our legal services and how we can help you. We offer a free initial consultation in all motorcycle injury cases where you can get honest answers and learn more about your rights. You can reach our Rochester office at 507-218-7935 or our Saint Charles office at 507-932-4461. You can also reach us toll free at 888-399-7281 or send us an email to schedule an appointment.