If you were injured in a motorcycle accident, you probably have a number of questions. Who will fix your bike? Who will pay for your medical bills? What is your case worth? These are all issues that are best addressed by an experienced attorney. You may have the right to seek a significant amount of financial compensation for your injuries. Without proper legal representation, however, you may find that you are at risk of recovering less than what your case is actually worth. With the experience to understand how to approach these cases and the resources to fully investigate your unique accident, a White Plains personal injury lawyer at The Law Offices of Jason B. Kessler can help you get back on the road while seeking the full compensation you rightfully deserve. We will file a claim for you and negotiate with the insurance company to make sure you get the maximum monetary compensation possible for your physical injury and emotional suffering.
At The Law Offices of Jason B. Kessler, we help victims of motorcycle accidents in White Plains and throughout the surrounding areas, including the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, and Yonkers. When we approach a claim of this kind, we work to gather all relevant information and conduct a complete investigation into every aspect of the accident and the injuries that our client has sustained. From there, we take the time to properly prepare your case in order to seek a negotiated settlement (often a faster alternative to going to trial). If the other party or insurance company simply will not cooperate, we will take your case to court to seek a jury award in your favor. The goal will be to do whatever is necessary to seek maximum compensation.
A traffic accident involving a motorcycle has the potential to cause serious injuries. Statistically speaking, the rider of the motorcycle is more likely to sustain these injuries, but other drivers, passengers or even pedestrians may be injured as well. In serious injury claims such as these, having the proper representation may make all the difference in the outcome of your case.
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