Recovering from a motorcycle accident can take weeks or months or even longer in some cases. During that time financial pressures can mount as victims must pay for treatment and some are unable to work during their recovery. These financial pressures are one of the primary reasons why motorcycle accident victims file accident claims. The settlement proceeds from these claims can help cover the costs of their medical care and lost wages which eases financial pressure and reduces stress. The absence of these two pressures can aid healing.
Since every claim is unique, it is impossible to say with any accuracy how much a victim can expect to recover from a motorcycle accident claim. Several factors influence the outcome of claims, including the type and severity of injuries sustained.
One of the most challenging aspects of motorcycle claims is overcoming the bias that different parties have against motorcyclists. Insurance companies, adjusters, other drivers, the police and even judges can all have negative biases towards motorcyclists. The biases usually take the form of one or more of the following: Motorcyclists are reckless and rebellious drivers who ignore the rules of the road and safety laws, usually speed and belong to gangs or have no regard for conventional driving courtesies.
The accident attorneys at Eisenberg Law Offices are well-versed in the tactics that insurance companies use to deny motorcyclist claims and the biases that can influence claims decisions. Before you file a claim for your injuries, consult one of our attorneys. We will be able to guide you through the process and help you avoid common mistakes that could harm your claim such as:
Any of these actions could reduce your claim amount or even result in a denial of a claim. Our injury attorneys will look out for you every step of the way and help you build a case that maximizes your claim amount so that you can recover fully from the accident. Contact our Madison law office at 608-256-8356 or email@example.com.
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