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Protecting Your Motorcycle Crash Case

January 14, 2019 Motorcycle Accident Blog

When you have been injured or a loved one was killed in a motorcycle accident, you only have one shot to obtain the compensation you need for your medical bills, lost wages, pain, and suffering, and more. The legal representation you choose will make a difference. Experience, resources, investigation techniques, and other factors have a role in the outcome of your lawsuit. Below are a few ways CaseyGerry works to protect each client’s motorcycle crash case.

Thorough Motorcycle Crash Case Investigation

Acting immediately after a motorcycle accident ensures the preservation of as much evidence as possible. Our experienced motorcycle accident attorneys in San Diego and full-time investigators uncover this evidence and contact all witnesses. When needed, we work with accident reconstruction experts to recreate a full picture of how and why the crash happened.

As our clients focus on recovery, the legal team takes on the conversations with insurance adjusters. This is a critical role for the attorney in a motorcycle crash case. It’s the insurance adjuster’s job to minimize the company’s payouts to those who were injured. When the accident victim is left to speak with the insurance company alone, there could be a misunderstanding that might negatively impact the payment he or she receives.

California Statute of Limitations

Preserving evidence and witnesses is just one reason to act immediately after a crash. California limits the time you have to file a motorcycle accident lawsuit. Failure to act within that window of time can forever bar you from obtaining justice and much needed compensation for injuries that should not have happened.

If you were injured or a family member was killed in a motorcycle crash in California, we welcome you to contact the experienced San Diego attorneys at CaseyGerry. Call (619) 238-1811 or fill out our online form to get started. We can discuss what happened to you, the next steps, and what you can expect.