T.E. Lawrence, the man who lives on in history simply as “Lawrence of Arabia,” is renowned as an archaeologist-turned-liaison-turned-author. The account he kept of his life as a soldier fighting to overturn the Ottoman Empire, Seven Pillars of Wisdom, remains one of the best-loved works of literature in Western culture.
One story about T.E. Lawrence that is not to be found in any of his books is the rumor that, following his death on a motorcycle, his figure in Arab garb was seen entering his cottage in Dorset. Another tale holds that a motorcycle can be heard on the road where Lawrence sustained his fatal injuries, only to disappear when it approaches a car. Either way, it seems Mr. Lawrence’s spirit left some unfinished business behind him when he passed into his next.
Unlike T.E. Lawrence, people today have the option of hiring a motorcycle accident lawyer when they suffer injury as a result of another person’s negligence or misconduct. Unheralded obstructions in the roadway, reckless driving, and a number of other factors contributing to potential accidents can be grounds for demanding satisfaction from the responsible party, either in settlement or in court. If you have any doubts as to whether you qualify for compensation, a motorcycle accident attorney can examine the details of your account and tell you what your rights are. If blame can be assigned, and your injuries are substantial, the memories of an accident do not have to haunt you.
Finding out your chances in a particular situation can be as easy as a free consultation, which many motorcycle accident lawyers offer. In addition to a free consultation, motorcycle accident lawyers, should they take your case, offer their services free unless you are compensated. Worrying over expense is no reason to delay seeking help if you need it.
Timely treatment is key to optimal recovery from any injury. If there is any question, it is always worth it to ask whether you are entitled to help in seeking it. Call Good Guys Legal today for legal aid with a personal touch—(801) 506-0800.
Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons