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The facts matter in motorcycle cases

As we discussed in our previous blog post, motorcycle accidents can be deadly or cause injuries. When the accident is caused by another motorist, you might decide that you are going to seek compensation if you were injured.

We understand that you might feel like you are fighting a losing battle with trying to seek compensation. That doesn’t have to be the case. There is a chance that you will have to fight against some of the prejudices that have to do with motorcyclists. That can feel like an uphill battle on its own.

We know about the prejudices that we might have to battle as part of your case. We can work to put together a case for you that shows exactly what happened. We will stick to facts and work on fighting against the “biker brain” mentality that some people have when they hear that a motorcyclist was injured.

When you were struck, there is a good chance that you had to seek medical care. The record of that care is something that we can use in your case. We can use it to show that the injuries you suffered were connected to the accident that you were in.

As we work on your case, we work on determining the root cause of the accident. This is when we try to figure out if the driver who struck you was distracted, fatigued, not following the rules of the road, or had another factor that led to the accident. Once we know that, we can move forward with determining who needs to be held liable for the accident.

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