Motorcycle crashes can be even more detrimental than car crashes. Injuries sustained from motorcycle crashes have a higher chance of being critically severe or fatal. In 2018, 4,985 motorcyclists were killed in crashes. While a helmet can save your life, motorcyclists are still exposed to the elements of the road without the protected frame of a car surrounding them. They are more likely to get thrown from their vehicle or have a personal body collision with another vehicle.
If you or someone you know has been injured in a motorcycle crash, they may be entitled to compensation.
How to Receive Compensation for a Motorcycle Accident
Receiving compensation for a motorcycle crash is depending on several factors including the following:
- Injuries sustained
- Whose fault the crash was
- Motorcycle damage
- Emotional Trauma
- Medical bills
- Lost Wages
The biggest factor in receiving compensation for a motorcycle crash will be in relation to injuries sustained from the accident. Because of the injuries sustained from the accident, you may be able to get higher compensation if you are unable to work and receive income due to those injuries or if you have to pay high medical bills.
To receive compensation for a motorcycle accident, immediately call an attorney to help you through the legal process. They can assist you with providing the proper documentation and proof of hardship to the court. Our legal expert attorneys will guide you through the process with professionalism and efficiency, so you can focus more on your recovery.
How Our Attorneys Can Help
Our attorneys come with decades of experience and are readily equipped to represent your claims. Their aggressive motivation and expertise will ensure you that you are best prepared to receive the compensation that you deserve for your motorcycle crash. If you are not sure what to do next after your crash, view our attorney profiles and contact one today. They will work with you and for you to compile legal documentation and represent you throughout the court case from beginning to end.
Most cases are settled before trial. It is important to have an experienced attorney guide you through the pre-litigation process to maximize the value of your case in the eyes of the insurance company adjuster who is handling your matter and will make an offer of settlement.
Contact an attorney today to start the process of receiving compensation for your injuries.