Motorcycle Accident Insurance Claims
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, your first priority is recovering from your injuries to the fullest extent possible and as quickly as possible. While you may think that just because you have motorcycle insurance that the insurance company will simply cut you a check for your injuries, 20 years of experience tells us otherwise.
Many insurance companies are for-profit businesses. The less they pay you, the more they keep. Fair or not, the insurance company may try to place blame on the motorcycle rider in an accident in an effort to pay as little as possible.
That is among the many reasons it is important to talk to a motorcycle accident lawyer if you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident. First, we can connect with resources and use our experience to try to make sure your interests are fully protected when making an injury claim. Just as importantly, we can help guide you through the insurance company’s “recorded statement” that they may claim they are required to take from you. What you say and how you say it on a recorded statement can come back to haunt you later if the insurance company tries to deny or minimize your compensation. Here are five things you should never say on a recorded statement.
Before you talk to an insurance company’s representative contact us or call 1-866-900-7078. In our estimation, the biggest risk you may face in attempting to recover damages is trusting the insurance company.
See how we helped Alex fight the insurance company for his motorcycle damages and injuries.
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We understand the circumstances you are facing. Not only are some of us motorcycle enthusiasts, ourselves, we have represented hundreds of motorcycle crash victims since 1997. For a free case evaluation, contact the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin. There is no obligation and you don’t pay us any attorney’s fee unless you recover compensation.2
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