The Asheboro area motorcycle community is one of the most close-knit in North Carolina. With Cox’s Harley-Davidson of Asheboro hosting great biker events like September’s Motorcycles for Mammograms ride and the Annual Kerri Efird Memorial Scholarship Bike Run the biker community in Asheboro is always looking out for each other and for the community at large. Still, motorcycle accidents can happen, often at the most inopportune times.
Asheboro is a popular motorcycle riding springboard in North Carolina, for locals as well as bikers who are just passing through. The NC Zoo and the Uwharrie National Forest with its amazing scenery is only a short scenic ride away. Many bikers also take Interstate 73/Interstate 74 from Asheboro which connects it to Greensboro and U.S. Route 64, which connects it to Raleigh. When cruising these scenic Asheboro routes, even experienced bikers know that unforeseen accidents can happen at any time, due to poor visibility or other drivers not paying attention.
Unfortunately, there has already been a deadly motorcycle crash in Asheboro within the past year. In May, a 20-year-old-biker was the victim of a fatal accident when he was struck from behind by a pickup truck driver while traveling south on U.S. 311.
Whether you're picking up some tasty ribs from Henry James Bar-B-Que, or heading home from Bike Night at Kickback Jack’s, you could end up in an accident that you can ill afford. If this happens, it’s important to talk with a lawyer who really knows motorcycle accident law rather than just a general personal injury attorney who might not have the experience needed to get you the settlement you deserve.
As a Harley rider and an active member of the biking community, North Carolina motorcycle attorney Bob Karney is as passionate about helping his fellow bikers as he is about riding. He understands the feeling of freedom that comes from riding as well as the despair that comes if that freedom is taken away. That’s why he has spent more than 30 years helping Asheboro bikers who have been injured in motorcycle crashes.
So if you have been involved in a motorcycle crash, contact 'Carolinas' Biker Lawyers' at (704) 376-7982 for a free consultation.