Involved in a Motorcycle Accident in Chicago?
Call McNabola Motorcycle Rescue for FREE, No-Obligation Motorcycle Tow
If you were involved in a motorcycle accident in the Chicago area, contact us for a free motorcycle tow. Your bike will be safely transported to an affiliated dealership in Chicago where it will be securely stored until you’re able to pick it up. We’ll take care of your bike so you can focus on taking care of yourself and healing from the accident. This tow service is sponsored by the motorcycle accident attorneys at McNabola & Associates and they are ready and available to help if you sustained injuries in an accident. However, the use of this free service creates no obligation to hire our firm. As fellow riders, we simply want to ensure that your bike is in good hands so that you don’t have to worry.
Why are we doing this? Because, at McNabola & Associates, LLC, we’re riders too. And let’s face it, getting in an accident stinks; if you’re calling for a rescue, you’re already having a bad day. We want to make that bad day a little better, and because of the work we do, we can help.
Please note that while our free tow offer extends only to motorcycle accidents—free towing does not apply to breakdowns or flat tires—we are still available to rescue your bike whenever needed.
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Your Bike Is In Good HandsWhat Happens After The Tow?
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Taken to a Secure Location
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