Sevier County Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Top-Rated Tennessee Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Representing Victims Throughout Sevier County

At The Barnes Law Firm, our Sevier County motorcycle accident lawyers are skilled, reliable advocates for victims and their families. We provide award-winning client service and we have a proven record of successful results. If you or someone you know was hurt in a motorcycle wreck in Sevier County, we are more than ready to help. To set up a free, completely confidential consultation with an experienced Tennessee motorcycle accident attorney, please do not hesitate to contact us today. 

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What are the Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries?

Motorcyclists are inherently exposed to danger. When a collision occurs, bikers face a significant risk of serious injury. The Tennessee Department of Transportation estimates that nearly 80 percent of motorcycle accidents result in an injury to the rider. With extensive experience fighting for the rights of victims and their families, our Sevier County personal injury team is qualified to take on the full spectrum of motorcycle accident injuries. No matter the severity of your accident, we can help. Some of the most common motorcycle injuries reported in East Tennessee include: 

  • Road rash; 
  • Severe lacerations;
  • Biker’s arm and other arm/hand injuries;
  • Leg injuries, including broken bones;
  • Broken ribs and internal organ damages;
  • Head injuries, including concussions and TBIs;
  • Amputations;
  • Spinal cord injuries; and
  • Paralysis. 

Sadly, motorcycle accidents also carry a heightened risk of fatalities. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that nearly 5,000 motorcycles are killed in collisions every year. For reference, this means that motorcyclists account for nearly 12 percent of all highway deaths reported in the United States. This figure is especially alarming because motorcyclists make up a far smaller share of total roadway traffic. 

What to Know About Motorcycle Accident Liability in Tennessee

In Tennessee, motorcycle accidents (and other motor vehicle collisions) are handled under the state’s modified comparative fault standard. As Tennessee is a fault-based motorcycle accident state, you must prove another party was responsible for your crash in order to hold them legally liable for your injuries. Fault is based on negligence—which is defined as the failure to exercise due care. Some common examples of negligence that can contribute to motorcycle wrecks in Sevier County include: 

  • Speeding; 
  • Running red lights or stop signs; 
  • Unsafe lane changes; 
  • Motorists making left turns directly in front of a motorcycle;
  • Distracted driving; 
  • Drunk driving; and 
  • Motorcycle manufacturing defects. 

Although most motorcycle accident injuries claims are brought against negligent drivers, there are plenty of exceptions. As an example, a negligent motorcycle manufacturer could be held responsible for a crash through a product liability claim. Every serious motorcycle crash in Sevier County requires an in-depth, professional investigation to determine exactly how and why it occurred. 


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Motorcycle Accident Victims Deserve Financial Compensation

As a motorcycle crash has the potential to result in catastrophic injuries, it is imperative that victims are able to access the full money damages they need to pay their medical bills and provide for their families. Tennessee’s large insurance companies never make the claims process easy on people. At The Barnes Law Firm, our Sevier County, TN motorcycle accident lawyers know how to hold insurers accountable. Depending on the severity of your motorcycle collision, you may be owed compensatory damages for: 

  • Emergency room care; 
  • Medical expenses;
  • Rehabilitative care;
  • Lost wages;
  • Loss of earning power;
  • Pain and suffering;
  • Disfigurement; and
  • Wrongful death. 

How Our Sevier County Motorcycle Accident Attorney Can Help

Following a motorcycle wreck, it is normal to be confused and overwhelmed by the magnitude of the situation you are facing. At The Barnes Law Firm, we are here to help you and your family navigate the claims process. Our Sevier County motorcycle accident lawyers are ready to hit the ground running. Among other things, we are prepared to: 

  • Provide a no cost, no obligation initial case assessment and analysis; 
  • Answer your questions about motorcycle accident claims;
  • Investigate the collision and compile all relevant evidence; and
  • Build a personalized legal strategy focused on maximizing your compensation.

Contact Our Sevier County Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Today

At The Barnes Law Firm, our Sevier County motorcycle accident attorneys work tirelessly every day to deliver top quality results for our clients. We will fight to get you justice. If you or someone one you know was hurt in a serious motorcycle collision, our firm can help. Contact us today for a free, no obligation initial consultation. We represent motorcycle accident victims throughout Sevier County, including in Sevierville, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge. 

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Client Testimonials

"John is amazing not only did he get the outcome he promised he did it in a shorter time than he originally said. He went above and beyond in returning my emails and phone calls. John and staff truly cared about me as a person. I highly recommend John Barnes."

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"I would highly recommend Mr. Barnes to everyone & I would definitely contact Mr. Barnes if I or anyone in my family should ever need an attorney again:) They were all very professional, friendly & treated our case with importance:) Mr.Barnes got my son’s DUI dropped to reckless driving so I would definitely recommend him to everyone!!!!!!!"

Alicia U.

"Mr. Barnes and his staff are amazing. I can’t imagine anyone doing a better job with my case. At no point in the long process was I disappointed in any way with how things were handled."

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