Unlike car drivers, motorcyclists lack the protective barriers that soften the impact of a collision. As a result, injuries sustained in motorcycle accidents can be more extensive and life-altering. Additionally, motorcycle insurance may not be as comprehensive as auto insurance or may not include adequate medical payment benefits. That’s why I am committed to fighting for your rights and helping you secure a fair settlement.
As a personal injury attorney, I will diligently investigate your case, uncover all available liability insurance, and work tirelessly to negotiate reductions in medical expenses with hospitals and surgeons. My goal is to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve and that your financial interests are protected. Let Jane Gordon Law handle the legal complexities while you focus on your recovery and rebuilding your life.
After a motorcycle accident, prioritize your safety and seek medical attention for any injuries, even if they appear minor. If possible, document the accident scene, gather contact information from witnesses, and take photographs of the damages and injuries. Report the accident to the appropriate authorities and notify your insurance company. It is also crucial to consult with an experienced motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights.
Liability in a motorcycle wreck depends on the specific circumstances surrounding the accident. Potentially liable parties may include other drivers involved in the wreck, vehicle manufacturers if a defect contributed to the accident, or even governmental entities responsible for road maintenance. Determining liability requires a thorough investigation of the facts and evidence surrounding the case.
The compensation you may receive in a motorcycle wreck claim depends on various factors, including the extent of your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and property damage. As an experienced motorcycle accident attorney, I can help you assess the value of your claim and pursue the maximum compensation you deserve.
In Idaho, the time limit, or statute of limitations, for filing a motorcycle wreck lawsuit is generally two years from the date of the accident. This means you have two years from the date of the motorcycle accident to initiate a lawsuit seeking compensation for your injuries and damages. However, certain factors may alter the time limit, so it is best to reach out to an experienced motorcycle accident attorney for a free consultation.
Hiring a personal injury attorney for a motorcycle accident does not cost anything upfront. Jane Gordon Law uses a contingent fee model, meaning that her fee is a percentage of the settlement when you win. Please reach out for a free consultation to learn more.
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