Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle riders face a higher risk of injury than most other vehicle occupants on the road. Serious injuries from impact such as road rash and whiplash are very common, not to mention that more sever impacts may cause catastrophic and life-altering harm.

Motorcycle accidents are one of the most common types of accidents in Atlanta. These mishaps can be caused either by a negligent driver or faulty roadway conditions. If you have been involved in such an accident, chances are you suffered numerous types of losses. If that’s the case, an experienced Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyer at the Atlanta Personal Injury Law Center would be able to help get compensation for the damages and injuries you’ve suffered because of someone else’s actions.

Which are the Physical Injuries That  Motorcycle Accidents Can Cause?

  • Internal Injury
  • Brain Injury
  • Neck, Back, and Spine Injuries
  • Rib Injury

How can you collect payment after the accident?

If you have an accident, you may end up paying a lot of medical bills. This can be devastating because if you’re unable to work because of your injuries, your situation could get worse. Although the other driver may have their health insurance which will cover some or all the costs, in some cases they will not. Fortunately, if they are at fault, then you are able to file a claim against their insurance so that the people who caused the accident will pay for damages and the cost of any medical expenses.

In Georgia, getting into an accident with a driver who appears to be at fault can be difficult. Your own car insurance may turn around and file a claim with the other driver’s insurance, even if it’s your fault. You can also go to the other driver’s insurer yourself or hire an Atlanta motorcycle accident lawyer to do so on your behalf. Either way, you should discuss your options with an attorney before proceeding.

What Can You Collect Damages For?

  • Medical costs
  • Property damage
  • Permanent disability
  • Property damage
  • Lost wages from missing work.
  • Loss of companionship

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