Determining who was at fault is the main reason motorcycles accident cases can be hard to settle. In most motorcycle accident cases, the other driver will tell the police officer they did not see the motorcycle. Therefore, in these instances, the insurance company will either deny the claim or offer an amount of money to settle the case that is inadequate to compensate the victim. Insurance companies are in business to make a profit, much like any other business. Therefore, offering a low settlement benefits them.
For these reasons, you should hire a knowledgeable Massachusetts Motorcycle Accident lawyer to help you receive all the compensation that you deserve. Call us toll-free today at 1-800-992-6878 or fill out a contact form online for a free (no obligation) case evaluation.
If you choose to handle your case alone, there could be many things you may miss that could be detrimental to your case. Our experienced Massachusetts motorcycle accident lawyers have the knowledge to see your case through from start to finish. They will conduct a thorough investigation of the motorcycle accident, including:
- Going through the police report;
- Obtaining accurate witness statements;
- Employing an accident reconstruction expert to look at the scene of the accident;
- Taking photos of skid marks and other case-related variables involved;
- Getting and reviewing your medical records;
- Looking at the insurance policies of both drivers to identify benefits available;
- Dealing with the insurance company to get you the settlement you are entitled to.
We implement a teamwork approach to ensure that the needs of your case are met. Our employees have a wide range of experience and provide exceptional customer service. By working efficiently, we can gather material evidence as proof that the motorcycle accident was not your fault. To make sure you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries, contact a Massachusetts Motorcycle Accident Lawyer today toll-free at 1-800-992-6878 or fill out a contact form online for a free (no obligation) case evaluation.