Motorcycle Accident Personal Injury Claims

Have you been injured in a motorcycle accident caused by a negligent driver? You may be entitled to seek compensation from the driver who caused your crash. 

A motorcycle collision can result in very serious injuries, creating extensive medical bills and other significant losses. An attorney can help you contact the negligent party’s insurance company to make sure you receive full and fair compensation for these losses.

At Morgan & Morgan, our attorneys have been fighting for the People for over 30 years. We never settle for anything less than full compensation, and, if needed, our seasoned trial lawyers will not hesitate to go to court to fight for what is deserved. See our verdicts and settlements.

What Damages Can I Claim After a Motorcycle Accident Injury?

If your injuries were sustained in a motorcycle accident caused by another driver, you may be wondering how much your motorcycle accident injury claim is worth. 

Depending on the circumstances of your claim, you may be entitled to the following damages after a motorcycle accident:

  • Medical expenses
  • Motorcycle repairs or total loss compensation
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Punitive damages

How are Damages in a Motorcycle Accident Injury Claim Calculated?

Some damages in a motorcycle accident injury claim are capable of exact calculation. These include bills, repairs, and lost wages. 

Other damages—such as pain and suffering—are not easily quantifiable. Many states classify pain and suffering damages under non-economic or general damages. These are determined by the injury type and how much pain it caused; however, there is no one single method or equation to accurately estimate such damages. 

To determine the value of pain and suffering and other non-economic damages, the negligent party’s insurance company and your lawyer will typically calculate different figures and attempt to reach a settlement amount during the negotiation process. If your claim goes to trial, the jury will determine the value of your pain and suffering.

How Can a Motorcycle Accident Injury Lawyer Help?

If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, it is a good idea to speak with an attorney as soon as possible. Hiring a lawyer can give you the best chance of getting the compensation you deserve. Sometimes, insurance companies will lowball or deny fair compensation.

At Morgan & Morgan, our attorneys know how to tackle these kinds of insurance disputes, and we will fight tirelessly to recover the full restitution you are owed.

When you’re injured, you can count on Morgan & Morgan. Find out how we can help you. 

See Why There’s Only One Morgan & Morgan

All law firms are not the same. With over 800 attorneys, Morgan & Morgan has the resources to fight against even the biggest bullies—and win. For example, when a motorcycle rider sustained serious injuries in a head-on collision, we helped him win a $47.5 million verdict. To date, we have recovered $10 billion total for our clients. See Our Verdicts.

Contact our specialized, motorcycle accident attorneys today by filling out a free, no-obligation case evaluation form. There are no upfront costs and we only get paid if we win for you.

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