Motorcycle Shop Liable for Motorcycle Crash

posted in Motorcycle Accidents, by Claude Wyle, on October 24, 2019

Attorney Claude Wyle discusses a case where a motorcycle shop was held liable for a motorcycle accident that resulted in the loss of his client’s leg. Mr. Wyle explains how their experts examined the motorcycle and determined that two nuts on the steering were only hand tightened, which could cause the steering to be loose. The deposition of the mechanic who signed off on the assembly check revealed the motorcycle shop forged his name and that it was assembled elsewhere. Mr. Wyle was able to obtain a settlement that ensured his client was properly compensated. 

Read more about the case here.