Always wear a protective helmet, a thick jacket, sturdy pants, and thick gloves. Good protective gear will mitigate the severity of your injuries if you are injured in a motorcycle accident.
No! Speak with an experienced injury lawyer. Do not give a detailed statement to the other party’s insurance adjuster, especially if they want to tape record it. Do not sign waivers and releases for them to obtain your entire medical history. Do not provide them your Social Security number. Some… CONTINUE
Motorcyclists are inherently vulnerable to accidents that cause death and catastrophic injuries. Ride defensively. Use your lights. Maintain a safe distance from other vehicles. Scan for traffic far out so that you can anticipate potential problems upstream. Avoid situations that are beyond your skill and experience. I advise my motorcyclist… CONTINUE
In the event that the hit-and-run driver escaped and was never located, there still may be recovery for your damages from your own insurance company. In an under-insured motorist case where a motorcyclist is a victim, we would file a claim and an arbitration demand with the motorcyclist’s insurance company…. CONTINUE
When one is struck in a rear-end collision, the head normally thrusts backwards and strikes the headrest, then it whips forward and back again. That whipping motion can cause rotational forces in the brain that result in a traumatic brain injury. The victim may have a classic whiplash injury that… CONTINUE
Let’s say you were injured in a motorcycle accident, but no one got a plate number and the person who caused the accident is gone. What is your hope of recovery? What can an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer do for you? Report the event to the police, because hit-and-run cases… CONTINUE
Recovering from your own insurance company on an underinsured (or uninsured) motorist claim can be an adversarial situation. Your insurance company is essentially standing in the shoes of the person who caused your injury. Your insurance company, like it or not, is a business, and they try to pay out… CONTINUE
Sometimes people get injured through the fault of another person who does not have insurance. If it is a car accident, we look to your uninsured motorist coverage. But what if there is no insurance at all? Can you still recover for your injuries? Yes, you can. There are many… CONTINUE