While riding your motorcycle can be the most enjoyable part of your day, an accident can happen at any time, causing you to suffer serious, life changing injuries.

Because motorcycle riders lack the safety protections of other motor vehicles, motorcycle crashes often result in serious, catastrophic injuries to the victims, including broken bones, amputated limbs, and even death. The problem is compounded by the fact that many drivers don’t pay attention to motorcyclists or respect the motorcyclists right to be on the road. Although motorcycles are becoming more popular, the public still remain prejudiced against bikes. People are quick to assume that individuals who ride a motorcycle are irresponsible and reckless. The Law Offices of Thomas E. Pyles, P.A. has handled injured motorcyclists for over 25 years. We are well equipped to handle motorcyclist bias. Whether a car veered into your lane or turned left in front of you, we know how to stand up to the insurance companies and how to present a winning case before a jury that is likely to be heavily biased against you.

If you have suffered a catastrophic injury from a motorcycle accident, make sure you work with a Maryland personal injury lawyer who has the experience and skill to help you obtain full and fair compensation for the damages that you have suffered. At The Law Office of Thomas E. Pyles, P.A., we have over 25 years of trial experience and have successfully litigated motorcycle accidents. Maryland motorcycle attorney Thomas E. Pyles combines his extensive experience with a personable, down to earth approach.


“Because I have been so successful in motor vehicle accident litigation over the years, insurance companies know I will take the case to court. I don’t get many low-ball offers because they know I won’t take them. This is especially important in motorcycle accident cases where the injuries can be so brutal. Many motorcycle accident victims often suffer life-long injuries. I can help you get full compensation for long term injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering.”

– Thomas E. Pyles, Esquire