The freedom you feel when riding your motorcycle is like no other experience in the world. However, as a smaller vehicle on the road, if you are struck by another vehicle, the results of such an accident can be particularly devastating. It is a daunting reality to every motorcyclist, knowing that one innattentive driver could cause destructive consequences. At the law firm of Simon Law Firm, we work aggressively to protect your rights if you are ever in an accident.
Claims adjusters at insurance companies often want to settle injury claims shortly after an accident has taken place. However, if a settlement is made too quickly after an accident has occurred, the full impact of the injury may not be fully known. The insurance company is doing this in order to save money.
If you accept an early settlement offer from an insurance company, you may be waiving your right to seek additional compensation later on if it turns out that the injury is more serious that you originally thought. When you hire one of our attorneys, the insurance company is obligated to talk to our office instead of contacting you. This gives you the time and energy you need to focus on recovering from the accident.
Our lawyers and staff will:
- Collect the necessary medical records to appropriately handle your case.
- Monitor your medical condition and stay in touch with you while you are recovering.
- Meet with you in your hospital room, if needed.
- Prepare a demand letter for the insurance company.
- Negotiate a settlement that takes into account your present and future medical and financial needs.
- Litigate your case if the insurance company refuses to make a reasonable settlement offer.
Our job is to help victims of motorcycle accidents get the compensation that can help them cover their costs while they struggle to cope with a life-altering personal injury. Depending on the unique circumstances of your case, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, future income, and pain and suffering. Don’t delay—contact us for a free consultation. Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we charge nothing for our services unless we receive a monetary award for you.