If you were hurt in a motorcycle accident anywhere in Massachusetts, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, disfigurement and other losses. Our experienced Massachusetts motorcycle accident lawyers charge no fee until you receive a settlement or award. Call us at 1-800-992-6778 or fill out a contact form online, for a free (no obligation) case evaluation.
Have You Been Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?
Call The Experienced MA Motorcycle Accident Lawyers Now For A Free Case Evaluation.
What Injuries Can My Settlement Cover?
- Medical bills
- Lost income
- Pain and suffering
- Damage to your motorcycle
- Disfigurement (if any)
- Death benefits (if applicable)
- Among other losses
PIP or Personal Injury Protection, otherwise known as no-fault, is a law in Massachusetts that allows you to get money for your medical bills and lost income from your own insurance company, even if you are at fault in the accident. If the other driver was at fault and you reach at least $2,000 in medical bills (unless you have a broken bone or a scar, etc.), you may be entitled to a cash settlement from the other driver’s insurance company. Our experienced motorcycle accident lawyers will listen to your story and tell you what your case may be worth. Read More.
What Are The Legal Fees For A Motorcycle Accident Case?
We charge the industry standard, which is 1/3 of your settlement. You ONLY pay these fees if we get you monetary compensation, otherwise there is no fee. “Good lawyers don’t cost more…they get you more.”
What Insurance Coverages Are Available In MA?
The minimum amount of liability coverage a vehicle must have in Massachusetts is $20,000/$40,000. This means that a person injured in a motorcycle accident will have at least $20,000 available to them from the other driver’s insurance company. Also, underinsurance coverage is mandatory as well and the minimum amount of coverage is also $20,000/$40,000. Read More.
Are Motorcycle Accident Cases Different Than Car Accident Cases?
Motorcycle accidents can prove to be more difficult. Sometimes it is not clear who is at fault in a motorcycle accident because the other driver will try to blame the accident on the motorcyclist. Negligent drivers quite frequently use this excuse to shift the blame off themselves. Insurance companies care more about profit than giving you a great settlement so they try to pay you the least amount possible. Our firm’s 29 years of experience handling these types of cases will be advantageous for your case. Read More.
Why Should I Hire A Lawyer?
Our experienced Massachusetts motorcycle accident lawyers can do a number of things to help you get a better settlement. First and foremost, we pride ourselves in client service. This means that we will be here to answer all your calls and questions throughout the entire process. Additionally, we go the extra mile for our clients and do things like conduct immediate investigations of the scene of the accident. We also review your medical records to make sure your doctor conducting the right tests and documenting every element of your pain and suffering correctly. Our lawyer also deal with the at-fault driver’s insurance company directly when it comes to all matters regarding your accident. Read More.
Are Death Benefits Are Available In Motorcycle Accident Cases?
In cases where motorcycle accidents are fatal, the deceased rider’s survivors may have a valid wrongful death claim if the other driver was at fault. Wrongful death claims may entitle surviving family members to different types of compensation, such as: lost wages, medical expenses, burial expenses, pain and suffering, mental anguish and the loss of relationship with the spouse, children, or parents left behind following the motorcyclist’s death.
Why Call Our Firm?
The main reason is because all of our lawyers here have at least 18 years of experience in handling motorcycle accident cases in Massachusetts. We are committed to getting you the most money we can for your injuries as quickly as possible because we believe that “justice delayed is justice denied”. We also will answer any questions you have and make sure you understand all you need to about your case so you can focus on healing. Customer service is very important to us and we want you to be very happy about your experience here.