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Do Motorcyclists Get Treated Unfairly by Insurance Companies?

When you’ve been involved in a motorcycle collision, you likely expect that the insurance company will be ready to work with you to help you manage the fallout. Unfortunately, many motorcyclists are surprised to find that this is often far from the case. Do motorcyclists get treated unfairly by insurance companies? In most cases, yes.

Our team at Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP understands how important it is to get financial and medical assistance after you’ve been involved in a motorcycle crash. To help you remain prepared for any potential troubles during the claim process, we’ve broken down the issue below.

The Truth About Insurers

It’s no secret that insurance companies have one major priority, and it isn’t helping you—it’s protecting their bottom line. As such, some difficulty dealing with them is to be expected. When it comes to motorcyclists, though, this becomes a bit more complicated.

Unfortunately, there’s a negative stereotype surrounding motorcyclists. Many people believe motorcycle riders are reckless and negligent, and insurance companies won’t hesitate to use these inaccuracies to their advantage.

They’ll rely on these stereotypes to try to prove that the accident was somehow your fault, which could mitigate their responsibility to cover your damages.

How an Attorney Can Help

Luckily, you can avoid this outcome. Enlisting an attorney to represent your interests can safeguard against these types of tactics. Your lawyer will provide ample proof that you were free of liability so you have no way of being blamed for the crash.

We’ll also work to ensure the insurance company respects your rights as a motorist and that you aren’t pressured into accepting a lowball settlement offer.

By providing you with aggressive representation and a wealth of legal knowledge, your attorney will help ensure you aren’t forced to shoulder the financial burden of someone else’s mistakes.

Call a California Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

When you understand that motorcyclists are treated unfairly by insurance companies, you likely also understand the benefits of securing solid legal representation. To that end, our team at Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP is here and ready to represent you as you seek compensation. We will make sure the insurance company doesn’t get away with its dishonest tactics.

To schedule a consultation to discuss the details of your case, get in touch with us today. We can be reached by phone at 1-844-404-2400 or through our online contact form, which is at the bottom of the page.

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