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Know Your Rights After A Motorcycle Crash Impacts Your Life

We just discussed some motorcycle safety tips in our previous blog. These tips can help every rider to remain as safe as possible. What these tips don’t do is control the actions of other drivers.

Some drivers just don’t pay attention when they drive. They might be thinking about something that happened at work or home. They might be eating, drinking or texting. No matter what the driver is doing while he or she drives, the fact remains that he or she is a hazard to a motorcyclist.

When a motorcyclist is struck by another vehicle, there isn’t anything that is protecting the motorcyclist from having to absorb the force of the crash. This can produce fatal or catastrophic results.

Fatal crash

A fatal crash might lead to the family members who are left behind to seek compensation in a wrongful death claim. This can help them to cover all of the damages of the unexpected death, including the sudden loss of income.

Injury crash

If you were injured in the crash, your recovery will depend on the severity of the injuries you suffered. This can be a lifelong journey if the injury was catastrophic. These injuries, which include injuries to the spinal cord or brain, can lead to effects that impact every aspect of your life.

We know that you are probably shaken up over the crash. You should take some time to explore your right to seek compensation so that you can get the process started before your time to file a claim runs out. We can help you learn about what you might do to get the compensation you deserve.

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Mr. George and his entire office staff were very kind and helping me through my first ever experience with the law. He was able to get me exactly what he said he would in the outcome of my trial. The entire staff was very informative and kept me up to date on everything. Very pleased with my experience and would most definately recommend him to others.

Allison, July 8, 2017