Big insurers want to pay you zero. You need skilled motorcycle accident lawyers in St. Louis to get you the money you deserve.
Make Big Insurance Companies Pay You the Money You Deserve
You or a loved one got hurt in a motorcycle accident. Now you’re getting contacted by the at-fault party’s insurance company.
And they’re trying to say you’re partially at fault for your own injuries, so they don’t need to pay you as much. Or, maybe they’re trying to deny your claim entirely.
You feel so powerless and helpless because you know they’re a gigantic company with thousands of employees. You know they have all the perfect strategies for convincing you that they owe you much less money than you thought – or none at all.
So you know you need to turn to a personal injury lawyer in St. Louis. But another problem pops up.
Who do you choose? You’re afraid because you’ve never used a personal injury lawyer before. And you know all the stereotypes you hear about lawyers.
You’ve heard they’re arrogant and don’t care about you. They can’t speak in Plain English that you understand. They’re just trying to get your money.
But, you think to yourself, not all lawyers are like that. There has to be at least a few that make you feel like a worthwhile human being with real thoughts and emotions. And they’ve got to have top-notch legal skills too.
So how do you find a St. Louis injury lawyer like that?
Mullen & Mullen Treats You Like Family – And Gets You the Maximum Amount of Money Law Allows You
The most important thing in any attorney-client relationship is your personal physical and emotional recovery. Motorcycle accidents most often lead to more serious injuries, and perhaps permanent disabilities. You don’t need the added stress of a lawyer who treats you like a number. That’s why we take care of the tough legal stuff – so you can focus on your healing.
It’s our goal to treat your case just like we’re representing ourselves – or one of our own family members. We’ll take the time to learn about your needs and expectations. You’ll understand all the courses of action available to you, our confidence in your chances of success with each option, and how much they cost. And we do this no matter the size of your case.
Some firms that take on motorcycle accidents hand off your phone calls to paralegals or case managers. At Mullen & Mullen, we respond to all your calls in a timely manner – and you almost always talk to your lawyer. Most of our current clients are friends or family members of former clients.
We’re happy to talk with you about the facts of your case – even if it turns out not using our firm is the best course of action for you (in some cases, this is true). You’ll feel cared for as a human being, and like you’re talking to someone with the highest standards of integrity.
It’s Also Important to Have Motorcycle Accident Attorneys with a Proven Track Record of Success So You Feel Confident You’ll Get the Money You Deserve
At Mullen & Mullen, we’re nice and accommodating with you. But you can count on us to not play so nicely with insurance companies. We hold them accountable for the damages their driver caused, and fight to get you the maximum recovery for the injuries and expenses you have as a result.
Our legal team has a proven ability to win any kind of motorcycle injury case:
- Attorney Shane Mullen* is a “Super Lawyers Rising Star.” That means he’s one of the top 2.5% of personal injury lawyers under 40 or with less than 10 years of experience. Thomson-Reuters, who owns the publication, performs a 12-point analysis of all lawyers. This prevents gaming the system and ensures only the truly best make it in.
- Attorney Regis Mullen*, Shane’s dad, has more than 3 decades of experience. He used to be a litigator for insurance companies. So now he knows the games they play and has passed that information onto the other attorneys.
- Attorney Joseph Morrison* has absolutely no fear of taking on big cases. He won the 5th largest premises liability verdict in Texas in 2012 while going up against ConAgra Foods – a billion dollar company.
You can trust we’ll treat you like family…because we are family. After all, both Shane Mullen and his father Regis, work together side-by-side so you can get the maximum amount of money allowable under law.
Get Your Free Consultation Today
So what’re you waiting for?
The personal service you only dream of, and one of the most skilled legal teams in St. Louis, are just a phone call or e-mail away.
You’ll learn all your legal options, our confidence of your success with each, and the costs.
Relax – there’s absolutely no pressure to hire us. Think of it as a friendly conversation so we can get to know you and your needs.
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions – Plain English Answers to Tough Legal Questions
- Are motorcycle accident claims similar to car accident claims?
Yes. Very similar. The process is similar too. Settlement amounts can be higher because injuries and damages tend to be more severe for bikers.
- How does the insurance company attempt to minimize or deny my claim?
They have a large number of techniques. They’ll say you were speeding or didn’t wear a helmet. They’re trying to make your percentage of fault as high as possible so they have to pay you less or nothing at all.
- What should I do if I’m in a motorcycle accident?
Your safety, and everyone else’s, comes first. Get yourself out of the road. Check the other driver to see if they’re safe. Get them to safety if you’re able.
Call 911 if you have any injuries at all – even if it’s just bruising and lost skin. Photograph the scene with your smartphone. Take a video and explain your version of events.
Get the name, address, phone number, driver’s license number, license plate number, date of birth, and insurance information (including policy number) of the at-fault driver. Get the name, address, phone number, and a statement (if possible) from each witness.
If you’re not physically able to do this because of your injuries, try to have a friend or someone at the scene do it for you.
And then call our motorcycle accident lawyers in St. Louis, MO at 314-465-8733 (314-INJURED) as soon after your accident as possible. The longer you wait, the more time the insurance company has to strategize a successful defense.