Some lawyers handle one or two motorcycle accident cases a year and are not familiar with the dangers that riders face on the road.
A Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Will Take Care of Your Claim
You should feel confident about getting the answers you need and the representation you deserve. Motorcycle accident attorneys don’t accept that bikers should receive anything less than what they are entitled to get under the law and they work hard to get maximum compensation in every case. When you come into their office and talk with them, you will discuss:
• When, where and how your accident occurred
• What the offending driver did or didn't do, such as not seeing you on the road or failing to yield
• Your motorcycle insurance policy
• North Carolina motorcycle accident laws or South Carolin motorcycle accident laws
• Your rights to compensation for medical treatment, lost earnings and other expenses
They will also tell you how to deal with the insurance company, who may try to limit the amount of money you receive for your expenses. Don't talk to the insurance company before talking with a motorcycle accident lawyer, as you could unintentionally limit your ability to recover damages.
What to Look for When Choosing a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
When you've been injured in a motorcycle accident and need an attorney to help you get the compensation you need, it is important to choose an attorney who has the experience to handle your case effectively.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Karney Law
At the Karney Law Firm located in Charlotte, North Carolina, I take every case to obtain the maximum compensation possible for motorcycle accident victims and their families. I'm not afraid to take an aggressive approach with insurance companies who want to limit the amount of money that clients will receive. As a seasoned litigator, I am comfortable protecting client rights inside of the courtroom.
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