A motorcycle accident can cause severe injuries that can alter your life forever. In addition, you may have high medical bills and lost pay due to being out of work. If someone else is responsible for your accident, then you deserve fair compensation. Our law firm may help you with your case.
Berger and Green attorneys represent clients who have been injured as a result of someone’s negligence or careless actions. We can review your case and discuss your legal options.
Do not let someone’s mistake be your financial burden. Call us at (412) 661-1400 to get a free case evaluation and see how our Greensburg motorcycle accident lawyers may handle your case.
We Take On Motorcycle Cases
Motorcycle accidents can happen anywhere. When an accident occurs, it can leave the motorcyclist more vulnerable than they would have been riding in a passenger car, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Our law firm takes on motorcycle accidents involving:
- Drunk driving
- Poor driving conditions
- Manufacturer defects or damaged parts
- Driver negligence or distraction
- Pedestrian accident
- Traffic violations
- Commercial trucks or buses
Regardless of how your accident occurred, you deserved to be compensated for your losses if another party bears fault. Those who are at fault should be held accountable for their mistake. As your attorneys, we are dedicated to advocating for victims of these types of accidents.
For a free legal consultation with a motorcycle accident lawyer serving Greensburg, call 412-219-5084
Who Is Responsible for Your Accident?
Your accident may have happened due to someone’s negligence or careless behavior. At-fault parties in a personal injury case that involves a motorcycle often include:
A manufacturer may have designed a defective part on the motorcycle. As a result, your bike malfunctioned, causing you to have an accident. If so, the manufacturer may be liable for your damages.
Road Maintenance Crew
City officials and construction crews are responsible for designing, building, and maintaining safe roads. However, this does not always happen. Your accident may have been caused by loose gravel or potholes.
Motorcycle accidents are often caused by texting, distracted driving, reckless driving, or driving under the influence. Drivers may also overlook or ignore motorcyclists on the road. Your accident may have been caused by a negligent or reckless driver.
A pedestrian may have stepped out in front of you, causing you to swerve off the road. If so, they are responsible for your accident and subsequent damages.
Although your case may be clear-cut, the guilty party may deny any responsibility for the accident. Furthermore, the insurance company may turn down your claim. You have a right to seek legal representation from a Greensburg motorcycle accident lawyer when making a claim or bringing a lawsuit.
Contact Berger and Green today to find out more about your legal options. Get a free case review by calling (412) 661-1400.
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Proving Your Motorcycle Accident Claim
When you submit your accident claim to the insurance company, you will need to establish who is at fault for the accident and your subsequent injuries.
Our law firm may obtain evidence of fault and liability in several ways. We may:
- Speak with eyewitnesses
- View photos/videos of the accident
- Review all medical documents
- Hire expert witnesses
- Retrieve the accident/police report
- Revisit the accident for clues
Once we gather all the evidence, we use it to build your case and submit your claim to the insurance company. We conduct a thorough investigation to make sure that we have all the facts about how the accident occurred, who is at fault, and how the accident led to your injuries.
Damages You Can Claim in a Motorcycle Accident
How much your case is worth depends on the total value of your losses, which include both economic and noneconomic damages. We explore all of your damages to get the fair value for your claim.
It is impossible to put an exact figure on how much your case is worth. We analyze your case value based on the following damages that you may be able to claim:
Motorcycle accidents can cause traumatic brain injury, spinal injuries, broken bones, or internal injuries. These can lead to high medical bills, including surgical care, rehabilitation, or long-term care.
Being out of work for several weeks due to recovery may cost you considerable income. You may be able to account for lost wages, benefits, bonuses, or tips. If you are disabled, we can also calculate your diminished earning capacity or lost retirement.
Emotional or Physical Distress
Pain and suffering include both physical and emotional distress that you have undergone over a period of several weeks. You may experience loss of consortium, reduced quality of life, depression, or anxiety–all related to your accident.
In a wrongful death claim, you may be entitled to a settlement that includes compensation for your burial and funeral costs, pre-death medical bills, or pain and suffering from the deceased. Your family may also be able to include lost household income or retirement.
You do not have to stand alone when someone else’s mistake derails your finances. Call Berger and Green at (412) 661-1400 to find out more about what your case is worth.
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Statute of Limitations in Pennsylvania for Motorcycle Accident Cases
According to 42 Pa. Con. Stat. Ann. § 5524, you have two years to file a lawsuit in a motorcycle accident. If you fail to file a claim by the deadline, you may be disqualified from pursuing compensation. Our motorcycle accident lawyers may help you file your claim to ensure that you adhere to all regulations and deadlines.
Contact Berger and Green for Legal Assistance
Berger and Green works with victims of motorcycle accidents. We may help you with your case, fighting for a fair settlement from the insurance company.
To find out more about our legal services and how a Greensburg motorcycle accident lawyer may help your case, contact our law firm today at (412) 661-1400.