Cadem ~ Template by entiri

Motorcycle/Bicycle Wrecks

When a motorcyclist or bicyclist is involved in a wreck, the injuries can be catastrophic. Injured plaintiffs in the majority of our cases involving a wreck between an automobile and a motorcycle/bicycle suffered brain injuries, spinal injuries or both. The process of recovering from a severe injury usually takes time and extensive medical treatment. As a result, medical expenses can be colossal.

Brain and spinal injuries can have a significant impact on an injured person's ability to work and enjoy life. If a person is unable to work as a result of an injury, it causes additional financial stress not knowing how substantial medical bills will be paid. At Rice & Kendig we have the resources to provide you with quality healthcare to increase the likelihood of a successful recovery. If you are permanently injured, you will need a life care plan to make sure you can support yourself and your family. Our firm will take the time to prepare your case to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation under the law.

If you have been injured as a result of a motorcycle or bicycle wreck contact the law firm of Rice & Kendig to set up a free consultation today. We can guide you through the difficult road ahead and help you rebuild your life. We have successfully handled many motorcycle and bicycle injury cases resulting in significant recoveries that helped families get back on their feet.

What Clients Say

“On Feb 5th I had a terrible car wreck. My car was subjected to total loss and I had severe body injury. I didn't know the procedure involved to make a claim as it was my first accident. Luckily my friend suggested Rice & Kendig Law Firm. I met Marshall Rice: the coolest attorney at the firm. After that I had nothing to worry about. He helped me find medical care and made sure I received justice for my loss. I owe you a big Thanks!”
Udhay Bhaskar, Shreveport, LA

Recent News

Feb 2016

Have a happy and safe Mardi Gras

Have a happy and safe Mardi Gras. Remember, don't drink and drive. On Feb 7, 2016, Rice & Kendig participated in the Highland Parade. ..

Read More