Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Harrisburg, PA

Have you been involved in a motorcycle accident?  If you have suffered any loss resulting from an accident caused by another driver or roadway situation that was out of your control, one of the most important things you should do is protect your interests and consult with an accident attorney.

The experienced motorcycle accident lawyers at Compass Personal Injury in Harrisburg, PA are here to help!

Motorcyclists involved in an accident with another vehicle rarely walk away without severe injuries. A motorcycle accident attorney will help you file a personal injury lawsuit to recover compensation for:


High medical bills


Lost wages


Pain and suffering


Rehabilitation and physical therapy

If you have been a victim in a motorcycle accident, make sure you understand your rights. Contact Compass Personal Injury today to get help navigating the legalities of your claim.

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Were you Involved in a Motorcycle Accident on an Unsafe Roadway?

Other vehicles are not the only concern for motorcyclists. Road conditions can also affect motorcycle riders. Hitting a pothole, uneven pavement or slipping on snow and ice while driving a motorcycle can result in accidents and cause severe injuries.

It is the responsibility of local and state transportation agencies to maintain safe roadways. If you have been involved in motorcycle crash due to an unsafe roadway, knowing what steps to take and where to begin to appropriately file an accident claim is difficult on your own! Experienced motorcycle accident lawyers near Harrisburg, PA can guide you through this sometimes overwhelming process.

Compass Personal Injury’s experienced injury lawyers will help you understand the details of your motorcycle accident claim and take the stress out of the legal details. Contact Compass Personal Injury today for a free consultation!


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When you choose Compass Personal Injury to represent you in your motorcycle accident claim you will owe us NOTHING up front! You may be asking yourself “Okay, what is the catch?” There is none! We do not collect any fees unless you win your case.

Once you receive compensation through either a settlement or from a winning verdict at trial, you will pay us a percentage of the award that you have received.

In the unfortunate circumstance that you do not receive any compensation, you will owe us nothing. This type of agreement is also referred to as a contingency fee arrangement.

Our No Fee Guarantee removes the financial stress and burden away from our clients and provides a way to pursue your accident claim with a motorcycle personal injury lawyer that will fight hard for the compensation you deserve.


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Our approach is simple. We want to get to know you and understand your objectives. We’ll give you a straightforward assessment and direction on finding the best possible resolution. There is never a charge for your initial confidential consultation. Proudly serving Harrisburg, Linglestown, York, Colonial Park, Enola, Mechanicsburg, Reading, PA and surrounding areas. 


​With 40 years of combined experience, the accident attorneys at Compass Personal Injury will use their knowledge as well as their team of medical and accident experts to maximize your settlement and protect your rights.

Our team will keep you as our #1 priority. Choose a motorcycle accident injury lawyer that you can trust and will work for YOU! Contact Compass Personal Injury today!


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“Compass Legal took on a national trucking company after one of their drivers carelessly hit my husband while on his way to work. They fought hard on our behalf and got us a great recovery. I would highly recommend them. They went above and beyond the call of duty.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Being involved in a motorcycle accident can leave you with substantial injuries and uncertain of what you should or should not do next. Understanding some of the initial steps and knowing when you should contact an accident attorney can assist in maximizing your settlement. The following FAQs can help answer some of these more common questions.

When should I call a motorcycle accident lawyer?

If you have suffered any type of injury or loss from a motorcycle accident it is in your best interest to contact an accident attorney immediately. Motorcycle accidents typically involve more severe injuries and require an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer that understands the laws to explain your rights to you. Contact Compass Personal Injury to help you navigate your commercial accident claim!

If I contact a personal injury attorney, is it expensive to file a claim?

Under our No Fee Guarantee, at Compass Personal Injury, you won’t owe us anything unless we win your claim!

When should I contact my motorcycle insurance company?

Regardless of fault, you should report an accident to your insurance company as soon as you are able after the accident has occurred. However, be sure to contact an attorney before making a recorded statement or signing any documentation regarding the accident.

Can I still file an injury claim if I wasn’t wearing a helmet?

Yes, you can still file an injury claim if you weren’t wearing a helmet. The helmet laws in PA state that you are not required to wear a motorcycle helmet under the following scenarios:

  • Over 21 years of age who has had their motorcycle license for at least 2 full years.
  • Over 21 years of age who completed a PennDOT/Motorcycle Safety Foundation approved motorcycle rider safety course.
  • Driver or passenger of a 3-wheeled motorcycle with an enclosed cab

It is always a responsible and smart precaution to wear a helmet, however, if you meet the above criteria, the decision to not wear a helmet should not impact your right to recover compensation for the injuries you suffered. It is important to contact a motorcycle accident lawyer because insurance companies may try to place the blame of the accident on you if you were not wearing a helmet even if it had nothing to do with the accident itself.

Should I take pictures of the scene of the accident and damage?

If you are able, it is always a good idea to take pictures of not only your vehicle, but also the other vehicle(s) involved and the scene of the motorcycle crash itself. Be sure to capture as many angles, as possible, to help paint a picture of the extent of the damage and what occurred. If you are unable to take pictures, due to an injury, a friend or family member can always assist in taking pictures of the location and damages after the accident.

The at-fault driver’s insurance company contacted me and offered me a settlement to pay for my medical bills. Should I take it?

No, you should not accept any type of offer from the other driver’s insurance company without consulting with an accident attorney first. If an insurance company is willing to offer a settlement so quickly without an attorney involved, it is likely that it is much less than what you are truly due for the damages you have suffered.

If you accept an offer, you can no longer file a claim to collect additional damages if your injuries are more serious or have additional pain and suffering. Compass Personal Injury’s experienced personal injury attorneys can help you navigate any settlement offer and advise whether it is valid.

How long do I have to file a claim after a motorcycle accident?

The statute of limitations to file a claim in Pennsylvania is two years from the date of the accident. It is best to contact an attorney and file a claim well before the two-year timeframe is exhausted.

What else should I do after being involved in a motorcycle accident?

More times than not, a motorcycle accident can result in a trip to the hospital for one or all parties involved due to the severity of the injuries and accident. However, it is always important to seek medical attention after even suffering minor injuries an accident. It is possible that that your pain will not start to present itself until a day or more after your accident. Seeking medical attention will also help document your injuries and assist in maximizing the settlement in your claim.


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