Are you in pain following a motorcycle accident? If so, call Kaine Law. A Lawrenceville motorcycle accident lawyer from our team can prove that you were hurt due to a negligent party’s actions.
O.C.G.A. § 9-3-33 remarks that you could have as little as two years to file your lawsuit. While two years may seem like worlds away, other factors could impede your right to financial recovery. We can address any issues that stop you from getting fairly compensated.
The Success of Your Case Hinges on the Idea of Negligence
Proving that another party acted negligently can be difficult. This can certainly be the case if you do not understand what pieces of information could corroborate your side of the story.
Kaine Law will build your case as instructed by the American Bar Association (ABA). We will examine the details of your case, review the liable party’s insurance policy, and talk with witnesses to prove the following:
Duty of Care
All motorists have one job: to keep others safe. They can do this by obeying traffic signals, keeping to the speed limit, and yielding to the right-of-way. This is referred to as a “duty of care,” and everyone who uses public roads has one.
Breach of Duty
The second that a motorist engages in illegal or otherwise risky behavior, they breach their duty of care. This could make them liable for any damages and injuries that stem from a collision.
Some ways that the other party in your case could have breached their duty of care include:
- Drinking while driving
- Texting and driving
- Failure to obey traffic lights and signals
- Failure to give motorists and pedestrians the appropriate right-of-way
- Driving while fatigued
Using the evidence in your case, we must show that the other party caused your accident. Your own actions may have resulted in your accident. However, this does not make you ineligible for damages.
To put it simply, the other party must be more responsible for the collision than you, as codified under O.C.G.A. § 51-12-33.
Some evidence that can reveal who primarily caused your motorcycle accident includes:
- Witness statements
- Observations made by the attending police officer
- The accident report
- Traffic camera recordings
- Information from your doctor
- The other driver’s phone logs
Finally, to prove negligence and recover compensation, you must show that you have monetary losses because of the collision. Some economic damages in your case could include:
- Healthcare bills
- Lost income
- Loss of future earning ability
- The cost of fixing your bike
You could also recover compensation for pain and suffering, impaired quality of life, and disfigurement. However, you must show financial losses to prove all four elements of negligence in your case. Your motorcycle accident lawyer serving Lawrenceville with Kaine Law can prove these factors. You do not have to worry about doing it on your own.
For a free legal consultation with a motorcycle accident lawyer serving Lawrenceville, call 404-214-2001
We Have Won Motorcycle Accident Cases Before
Our team is not new to the personal injury world. In fact, our lawyers have over 20 years of collective experience. We know how to build a successful case and what resources go into doing so.
For motorcycle accident cases, some of our successes include:
- A $650,000 award for an injured motorcyclist
- $450,000 for an injured motorcyclist
Our other success stories include:
- $11 million for a car accident
- $5.7 million for an accident caused by poor road conditions
- $4.32 million for an accident caused by a drunk driver
- $900,000 for a car accident
After retaining our firm, we can explain how much compensation you are entitled to collect. Various aspects of your situation will play a role in the value of your overall case, including the severity of your injuries.
The Importance of Medical Care Following a Motorcycle Accident
You should seek medical attention for two reasons. First, you do not want to do anything that could jeopardize your health any further. And secondly, the information you get from your doctor could help your legal team build your case.
While seeking medical care, you should keep documentation of your associated expenses. Even if you believe that your health insurance will cover these losses, you do not want to make any assumptions.
Your Injuries Could Merit Compensation
Motorcycle accident injuries vary depending on the involved person’s age. You could have suffered any number of injuries in your accident.
These might include:
- Broken ribs
- Thoracic injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Abdominal injuries
People under the age of 40, on the other hand, are more likely to suffer:
- Spinal cord damage
- Broken extremities
- Multiple rib fractures
Kaine Law can determine whether your injuries are serious enough to merit compensation. Do not assume that because your life was not severely affected, you do not deserve compensation. Let us make that determination for you.
We Offer Free Case Reviews
Even after familiarizing yourself with this information, you still may have questions about how our team can serve you. We are more than happy to address these inquiries. During your free case review, you will connect with a member of our team who wants to hear about your accident. You can share with us how the accident happened, the types of injuries you suffered, and how we can help you.
Furthermore, your case review is given at no obligation. Do not feel pressured to work with us. We want you to feel confident in your decision.
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Kaine Law Is Here to Meet Your Legal Needs
Our team is ready to start working on your case today. Are you interested in partnering with a Lawrenceville lawyer who handles motorcycle accident cases? We are certainly ready to partner with you.
To start your free case review, call us now at (404) 214-2001. Again, your time to take action could be limited, so contact us today.