Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Motorcycle accidents are a daily threat in Bakersfield and the rest of Kern County because of the sunny weather and wide-open highways. In traffic collisions, motorcyclists are 37 times more likely to be injured than car crash victims. If you or a family member has been injured in a Bakersfield motorcycle accident, it is important to contact a qualified motorcycle accident attorney as soon as possible.
An outstanding motorcycle accident lawyer can help you receive a monetary award for your injuries, including compensation for hospital and doctor bills, pain and suffering, and lost income. The Reeves Law Group has won exceptional results in many thousands of personal injury cases, including cases involving motorcycle accidents.
Steps to Take after a Motorcycle Accident
If you become involved in a motorcycle crash:
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What Can Be Recovered
A court can award monetary compensation to a person hurt in a motorcycle accident. These damages, meant to cover losses caused by the accident, generally include money for:
In fatal accidents, the victim’s family may be entitled to file a wrongful death case to recover compensation for loss of the victim’s love, companionship, and economic support. The victim’s estate may also sue on behalf of the victim’s heirs.
Hiring a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
You should hire an excellent motorcycle accident lawyer as quickly as you can. Delay may result in forgetful witnesses, lost or damaged evidence, and missed filing deadlines.
The attorneys at The Reeves Law Group have extensive experience representing accident victims. We have a success rate of 98.7% in personal injury cases.
Our Bakersfield accident lawyer’s office is located at 4900 California Avenue, Tower B-210, to provide a convenient place to meet our clients. If you need a personal injury lawyer for your Bakersfield motorcycle accident, contact us for a free consultation. Call or e-mail us .
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Motorcycle Accident Cases
Many motorcycle accidents can be resolved without involving the court. Otherwise, your motorcycle accident attorney will determine which parties should be held responsible. Suing multiple parties may increase your odds of being completely compensated for your injuries.
Typical parties who may be sued after a motorcycle accident are:
If the other party is uninsured, it may be possible to file a claim with your insurer. In that case, you cannot assume that your carrier is on your side. An insurance company’s desire is to keep its payouts small. If differences with your insurer cannot be reconciled, your attorney may advise litigation.