Motorcycle accidents cause devastation that lingers after the crash. The physical, mental and emotional injuries resulting from these crashes can last months or even years. Victims also experience financial consequences that can include falling behind on medical bills, house payments and other costs of daily living as they recover. If they are unable to work because of their injuries or if a loved one died because of the accident, people may feel they are alone with no one to help.
The longer you wait to contact a personal injury attorney after your accident, the weaker your case against the other party may become. Crucial evidence can be lost, memories can fade, and people have a way of disappearing after accidents like these, especially when they know they’re at fault.
An immediate discussion with an attorney may alert you to things you didn’t know you needed to take care of, such as visiting the doctor right way to get a full exam and photos of your injuries. Your attorney can also advise you of what NOT to say in public, to the press, on social media, or even to your friends and family. It’s wise to refrain from speaking about your case to anyone until it is resolved – with the exception being your lawyer and your doctor.
Contacting a lawyer within 24 hours of your accident can provide untold benefits to your case, and drastically increase your chances of winning a settlement. Your attorney can send out expert accident-scene investigators to conduct their own independent analysis of the accident scene, gathering crucial evidence that can exonerate you later and support your case. Translation: you could get more money to pay for your recovery, missed wages, and pain and suffering.
We understand the pain, anxiety and fear that are common after serious motor vehicle accidents. That is why we offer free initial consultations that allow people to learn about their rights and options after a crash.
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If you have been hurt in an motorcycle accident contact us today for your free case review.