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Anaheim Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

No matter how hard things have been since your motorcycle accident, you shouldn’t give up on pursuing the compensation you deserve. Instead of giving up, get in touch with an Anaheim motorcycle crash lawyer.

An accident can be serious enough in a car. The faster you were going, the more severe your injuries may be. And on a motorcycle, the risks increase exponentially.

When you have been in a serious motorcycle accident, you want fast results to make up for the trauma inflicted on you—especially if it wasn’t your fault. But your motorcycle crash claim may not be so simple. Between the urgency of your injuries, the frustration of dealing with insurers, and the expenses of your various damages, an accident can feel overwhelming before you ever begin to file your claim.

At Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP, we know how difficult filing a personal injury claim can be and how much pushback you may receive as a motorcyclist. Fortunately, an Anaheim motorcycle accident lawyer from our firm can walk you through the process and defend your rights every step of the way.

Having trouble with your expenses? Give us a call anyway—we offer a program to cover or delay your medical fees until your case is resolved. Regardless of your financial situation, you deserve help getting fair and full compensation.

Insurance Companies Aren’t on Your Side

Unfortunately, the insurance company is not likely to be on your side. Recovering compensation after an Anaheim motorcycle crash is often complicated by the fact that insurance companies are for-profit businesses. While you need the funds to recover, insurers just want to bring in more money.

While you are pursuing compensation, you can expect insurers to use negative stereotypes about motorcyclists against you. They may try to paint you as a reckless or careless driver, relying on inaccurate and outdated stereotypes about motorcyclists. When you have been severely injured, this can make recovering even more difficult.

Luckily, as a California driver, you should have insurance. All vehicles, including motorcycles, must have proof of insurance to register in the state. So your insurance company and the other driver’s must be ready to pay for your accident. While it may not be easy, our firm can help you get the funds you need from the insurance companies to get back to where you need to be after your motorcycle crash.

How California Law Affects Anaheim Motorcycle Crash Claims

Once you begin your claim, you must make sure you understand the laws that will affect your case. If you fail to do so, you could see your claim devalued or even waive the right to sue.

First, keep in mind that the statute of limitations in California is two years. If you are involved in a motorcycle accident in Anaheim and do not file for damages within those two years, you effectively waive your right to file. If you are getting close to that limit, be sure to speak with our firm to get your case handled quickly.

As in any vehicle accident, it’s important to consider fault in your motorcycle crash case. California is an at-fault state, meaning that the person who caused the accident is responsible for the damages, as opposed to a no-fault state, in which both insurance companies are expected to pay for their own policyholders.

While one person is primarily at fault for the crash and must pay, you still may not receive full compensation. California also follows the doctrine of comparative negligence. When you are in a collision, you may be found partly at fault for the accident. If this is the case, your motorcycle crash claim could be devalued to a degree that corresponds with the percentage of the blame you hold.

You can expect the insurance companies to point to you as a careless motorist in this case. If you are already seen as a reckless driver, it will make their case that much easier, reducing the compensation they must provide. As such, providing evidence to the contrary is vital for your case.

With the right motorcycle accident lawyer in Anaheim on your side, you can protect the value of your claim. Showing that you followed state laws, such as helmet laws, can help show the other side that you are not responsible for the accident you have suffered greatly from. With our help, you can get the compensation you deserve for the trauma you have survived.

The Compensation You Could Receive

Once you have built your claim and are certain that you have the evidence you need, you must also be sure to identify your injuries and damages.

You can receive damages in two categories: economic damages, such as vehicle damage and medical fees, and non-economic damages, which include any non-monetary hardships like pain and suffering.

Non-economic damages can be more difficult to quantify because they are less tangible than those that come with a clear price tag. However, your full recovery hinges on your ability to receive adequate compensation for everything you’ve suffered. That’s why it can be so helpful to have an Anaheim motorcycle wreck attorney examine your case and help you identify and value your damages.

As you list your damages, don’t forget the compensation you may need in the future. After all, you may not be fully recovered by the time your case resolves—you may have future hospital visits, pain, and surgeries because of your injuries.

While you are considering your damages, know that you can pursue compensation for much more than just your damaged motorcycle. The following is a small sample of some damages you might list in your Anaheim motorcycle accident claim:

  • Healthcare Expenses – This can include anything from your initial trip to the hospital to any surgery you will undergo in the future. If it is an expense stemming from your injuries, you can be compensated for it.
  • Disfigurement – Motorcyclists are uniquely susceptible to injuries from the road, so you might have suffered visible injuries. You could have been severely scarred or even lost a limb during the accident. These types of injuries warrant significant compensation.
  • Lost Wages – After a motorcycle accident, you may be unable to work temporarily or ever again. You deserve compensation for all the income you would have earned if you hadn’t been injured by a negligent driver or other party.

Speak with an Anaheim Motorcycle Accident Attorney

After a motorcycle accident, getting your motorcycle repaired might be the least of your worries. Between mounting medical expenses, the physical and mental trauma of a severe injury, and trouble with the insurance company, you may feel especially overwhelmed.

You are not alone. The team at Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP is dedicated to getting you the compensation you deserve, no matter how the insurance companies try to paint you. If you have been injured and need help, a qualified and experienced lawyer from our firm can help you understand relevant laws and maximize the value of your claim.

And don’t let medical expenses keep you from the representation you need. Our firm can help you with your medical expenses, delaying or covering them until you get the compensation you deserve.

We offer a free, no-strings-attached consultation with an Anaheim motorcycle accident lawyer before you begin the process of pursuing compensation. If you are interested, give us a call at 1-844-404-2400 or fill out the online contact form at the bottom of the page.