Motorcycle DWI Accident Attorney
Motorcycle accidents commonly result in bad injuries or fatalities. There is also a common presumption that the motorcyclist was intoxicated, reckless or both.
If you are accused of operating a motorcycle while impaired by alcohol or drugs in connection with a serious accident, you may be charged with serious felony crimes. The law firm of Travis Noble, P.C., can aggressively challenge the prosecution’s evidence that you were drunk and that you were at fault for the crash. We will do everything possible to avoid a conviction or mitigate the punishment.
Based in St. Louis, Missouri, attorney Travis Noble Jr. is qualified to handle DWI motorcycle accidents in St. Louis County, St. Charles County and Jefferson County and throughout Missouri. Call us at 314-450-7849 for a free consultation.
Missouri Motorcycle Accident Attorney: Proven DWI Defense
If you crashed or laid your bike down and injured no one but yourself, you may still face charges of DWI or DUI. You may face much more serious charges — including felony offenses with mandatory prison time — if you are accused of intoxicated operation of a motorcycle resulting in the injury or death of:
- A passenger on your bike
- Another motorcyclist
- A pedestrian or bystander
- Occupants in another motor vehicle
We can defend you no matter what the charges, from the underlying DWI offense to vehicular homicide, assault in the second degree and leaving the scene.
Aggressive Defense Of Motorcycle Riders In Missouri
Police almost automatically suspect that a motorcycle operator in a crash was impaired by alcohol or drugs. This bias can pervade every aspect of the investigation. A motorcyclist who is dazed and woozy from a traffic crash is observed to show “signs of intoxication.” Rather than asking “How did the accident happen?” the officer asks “How much have you had to drink?” and so on.
Travis Noble spent 10 years as a law enforcement officer before he became a nationally recognized DWI defense attorney. He is skilled at attacking both physical and circumstantial evidence and challenging the testimony and written reports of investigating officers. His proven strategies have led to notable results in tough cases — and few cases are tougher than a biker accused of riding while drunk and injuring someone.