Myers & Fox is committed to getting top-dollar settlements for its clients as quickly and efficiently as possible. Check out the success stories below to learn more.
- What Happens When Your Own Insurance Company Throws You Under the Bus? We represented a woman who was in a motorcycle accident. A car pulled out in front of her and she went down. There was no contact.
- Killing it on Property Damage Claims Most of our work focuses on personal injury. But we also help clients with property damage claims (and don’t take a fee unless liability is disputed). This paid big dividends for a client who was recently in a motorcycle accident.
- No Contact? No Problem. A lot of motorcycle accidents are no contact. The motorcycle rider goes down before hitting the car, truck, etc.
- Washington Traffic Safety Commission Announces Plan to Engage in Motorcycle Profiling—After Some Legal Arm-Twisting it rcktracks and Reaffirms Commitment to Upholding Motorcycling Anti-Profiling Law Ee responded on behalf of the Confederation of Clubs (and all motorcyclists).
- Speeding Motorcyclist Recovers Half a Million Dollars We represented a motorcyclist who–by his own admission–had a problem with speed. He rode too fast. And he was riding too fast when he got into the accident.
- Underage Drinker Recovers From Bar in Motorcycle Accident Bars, taverns and restaurants have a responsibility not to overserve alcohol to people. Liability is triggered when they serve “apparently” intoxicated patrons.
- No Helmet? No Problem. You don’t see too many motorcyclists without helmets. But there are some. And our client was one of them.
- First Amendment Versus the Walla Walla Fair. Members of the Amigos Motorcycle Club went to the Walla Walla County Fair. At the Fair they were given two options: remove their cuts or leave.