Motorcycle accidents are no joke, but unfortunately there’s a stigma associated with motorcyclists, that they got what was coming to them. It’s true that some motorcyclists ruin it for everyone by speeding down the road at alarming rates, not wearing a helmet, and weaving in between cars who are going the speed limit. This doesn’t mean all motorcyclists are reckless. In fact, many motorcycle accidents are caused by other people. These types of accidents are particularly dangerous because it involves a person who is not fully protected by airbags or a car frame.
If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, it’s essential to contact a lawyer soon as possible. Get your wounds treated and make sure your bike is off the road, then go to a lawyer to see if you deserve compensation for the accident. What should you tell your lawyer and what should you show them to prove that someone else was negligent?
Let’s take a look at exactly what you should tell your lawyer after a motorcycle accident.
Tell Them About The Entire Incident
The scene of the accident is the best way for a lawyer to understand exactly who was negligent and how much money you might be able to get. Bringing witnesses so your lawyer can interview them and understand what they saw during the accident. Describe the roads where the accident occurred, and demonstrate how the accident happened from start to finish. This helps them understand how the accident unfolded so they can put together a strong case.
Explain Your Injuries and Show Them Photos
When you are in the hospital take as many pictures as you can of your injuries. When speaking to your personal injury lawyer, show them your photos and give them any copies so they can use them to strengthen your case. This paints a picture and even creates some sympathy for your perspective. If you still have any injuries, show them to lawyer so they can better understand the severity of the accident.
Provide All The Costs You Endured From the Accident
There’s a good chance that you had to pay for some medical bills after motorcycle accident. You might also have to pay for damages to your motorcycle. Bring all the bills and documentation you can find to show your lawyer exactly how much money you had to pay for the accident. This gives them a general idea of how much they need to sue for.
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