While all motor vehicle accidents can leave victims in critical conditions, bicycle and motorcycle accidents tend to result in the most catastrophic injuries. Since motorcycles are considerably smaller than automobiles or trucks, motorcycle drivers usually sustain severe injuries when a collision with a larger vehicle occurs. Also, the lack of barrier between the motorcyclist and the road or another vehicle makes them more susceptible to a critical injury, or even worse, death.
After you have been in an accident
Although some people often assume that motorcycle accidents are a result of irresponsible riding, Power Law Group knows differently. We are here to offer you the support you need–so please contact us with all of your questions and concerns.
When filing a motorcycle accident claim, please take these key points into consideration:
- Document the scene: Take photographs of the accident scene including visual evidence of your damaged motorcycle.
- Gather information: Ask the other party involved in the accident for their name, phone number, address and insurance information. Also, get the same information for any witnesses at the scene of the accident.
- Keep evidence: A damaged motorcycle is a great piece of evidence to demonstrate the consequence of the accident. It can also be used later in trial or negotiations if necessary. No matter how badly the motorcycle is damaged, it should still be preserved if possible.
- Speak exclusively: Make sure you keep conversations about the accident between only you and your attorney at Power Law Group. In some cases, your words can be twisted and negative statements could possibly be used against you in the future.
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Contact Power Law Group for a lawyer who will pursue maximum compensation and give you the support and trust you are seeking for your motorcycle accident injury.