Find Out if You Have a Claim for Compensation
The consequences of motorcycle accidents are different from those of other vehicle accidents. A motorcycle rider is much more prone to serious injury, or even a fatality than any car driver or passenger.
As in any accident, it is important to determine how and why a motorcycle accident happened. There are many factors in a motorcycle accident that have to be considered:
- Was the motorcycle rider wearing the proper protective gear at the time of the accident?
- Did the motorcycle accident occur due to the rider’s error, or were there road defects or foreign objects that contributed to the incident?
You might mistakenly think that you do not have a legitimate claim for your accident injury. What’s more, you might be at the mercy of insurance companies who look to minimize their expenses rather than help you recover from your injuries.
If you hope to receive compensation for an injury or loss from your motorcycle accident, it is important to know who is accountable. That is why you need the help of an experienced Phoenix motorcycle accident attorney to handle your claim. Contact a Goldberg & Osborne attorney today so evidence can be collected immediately. An experienced AZ motorcycle injury lawyer can help prove your motorcycle injury case. Did you know that:
- Even if you were not wearing any protective gear at the time of the accident, you may still have a right to claim compensation for your injuries?
- If foreign substances like oil spills or imperfections on the road, such as potholes, contributed to causing the accident, you may have a limited amount of time to recover damages?
- The fact that you did not have a valid motorcycle license when you had the accident does not stop you from seeking compensation for your injury?
The circumstances surrounding any accident are unique in every case. In order to support your claim for compensation for any injury or loss, it is necessary to identify and establish accountability. A prompt investigation will help determine who should be held responsible for your injuries.
Goldberg & Osborne’s team of personal injury lawyers are knowledgeable in investigating and handling motorcycle accidents in Phoenix, AZ. They have helped many motorcycle riders obtain compensation for injuries and are aware of the traffic laws and legal strategies available to prove your motorcycle accident case.
Remember, do not let too much time pass between your accident and a consultation with our Phoenix motorcycle accident attorneys. We need to get eyewitness information while memories of the accident are still fresh. We have to ascertain road conditions at the time of the accident. We might even have to reconstruct the accident. Our goal is to get you the maximum amount of financial compensation possible for your suffering and pain.
Don’t worry about fees and costs. We don’t get paid until we have obtained a settlement or won your case.
Call us now at 1-800-THE-EAGLE (1-800-843-3245) for a free, no-obligation, review of your accident injury claim. We are ready to help you with your accident claim. You can also use our simple case form below to provide the details of your motorcycle accident.
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Motorcycles don’t offer the same protection as other vehicles, and often drivers do not notice motorcycles until it is too late. As a consequence, motorcycle riders and their passengers are especially vulnerable to serious injuries.
If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, you deserve the peace of mind that comes from having an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer on your side, and helping you understand your rights and options. You’ll feel secure knowing Goldberg & Osborne has helped many clients after a motorcycle accident.
You no doubt have a number of questions about your right to make a claim. Please read our frequently asked questions about motorcycle accidents.
How is my claim affected if I wasn’t wearing a helmet?
Under Arizona law, only riders younger than 18 years old are required to wear a helmet. Even if you were not wearing a helmet when your accident occurred, you still have the right to seek compensation for your injuries.
However, the insurance company may try to reduce your compensation because you were not wearing a helmet. For this reason, it is very important that you have an experienced lawyer on your side.
Can I make a claim if my accident was caused by a defect or foreign substance in the road?
No matter how experienced a rider is, pot holes, gravel, oil spills and other foreign objects can cause a motorcycle accident. Therefore, it is crucial that you contact an Arizona motorcycle accident lawyer as soon as possible after your accident to help determine who is at fault. If a road defect or foreign substance is the fault of a government road or highway department, you may have a very short period to make a claim.
Can I still make a claim if I did not have a motorcycle license at the time of my accident?
The fact that you did not have a motorcycle license at the time of your accident does not prevent you from making a claim.
How can a motorcycle accident lawyer help me?
An experienced motorcycle injury lawyer can help you recover the compensation you deserve. Evidence could be lost and witnesses can forget crucial facts. Any delay could weaken your case and reduce your chances of being fairly compensated. At Goldberg & Osborne, we have the resources necessary to launch a prompt investigation.
For more than 23 years, Goldberg & Osborne has been helping people such as you with motorcycle accident claims. We answer questions and guide you in your pursuit of justice. Get the compensation and peace of mind you deserve by having an experienced Phoenix motorcycle accident lawyer working for your best interests.
We guarantee there are no fees or costs until your case is settled or won.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, call us today at 1-800-THE-EAGLE (1-800-843-3245) or contact us for a free case evaluation. We have 21 offices throughout Arizona.
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