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About ten years ago, I was involved in a bad car accident. Another driver, who happened to be driving drunk at the time, smashed into the car I was driving. In addition to killing my daughter, the accident also left me paralyzed from the waist down. Although the case should have been cut and dry, the insurance company claimed that I was at fault. Fortunately, I worked with a lawyer who was able to fight my case for me. Without his help, I would still be paying off medical bills. I want to spread the word about the good that lawyers can do, which is why I created this website.

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Things To Consider After A Motorcycle Accident

Being involved in a motorcycle accident can be an extremely frightening experience. Unfortunately, victims that are involved in these accidents will often find themselves unsure and uninformed about what they should do following these accidents. This can make it vital for individuals to consider some important information.

Even Low-Speed Motorcycle Accidents Can Be Worth Pursuing Legal Action

Individuals will often assume that a motorcycle accident is only worth pursuing if it was a high-speed accident. This belief can stem from the idea that only high-speed accidents can cause enough damage to be worth pursuing through the court system. However, motorcycle riders are uniquely at risk of suffering serious injuries as a result of even low-speed accidents. Due to the sizable medical expenses that treating these injuries can incur, individuals may find that both high and low-speed motorcycle accidents can be more than worth pursuing.

Failing To Wear A Helmet Will Not Automatically Prevent You From Pursuing A Claim

There is an assumption that individuals will have to be fully compliant with the various traffic laws to be able to pursue an accident claim. For motorcyclists, this will often involve whether or not they were wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. While failing to wear a helmet can not immediately disqualify a person from filing one of these claims, it can impact the total compensation as it may make it much more difficult to pursue damages for traumatic brain injuries. The exact way that these failings will impact the strength of the case will vary according to the local laws, which makes it important to consult with a motorcycle accident attorney prior to making any decisions regarding settlements or other financial aspects of the case.

The Full Extent Of Your Injuries May Not Be Immediately Obvious

Individuals that lack the experience of being involved in an automobile or motorcycle accident may assume that they will be aware of the full range of their injuries immediately after the accident. Whiplash and other serious joint injuries may not be felt immediately by the patient. Rather, these individuals will find that the symptoms of these injuries will gradually worsen as the days pass. Due to this, you should be very mindful of whether you experience any soreness or pain in the days immediately after the accident. If you notice any problems starting to develop, you should seek medical care as it is important to document these injuries to help bolster the claim that they are directly tied to the motorcycle accident.