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Motorcycle riders face a disproportionate risk of injury on the road, but they shouldn’t have to fight harder than other victims for the compensation they need after a crash. If you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle accident, an Ann Arbor motorcycle collision lawyer can help you get the compensation you need.
Motorcycles provide a thrilling way to travel Michigan’s roadways in the open air, but that extra freedom comes with an increased risk of injury in an accident. But if your motorcycle crash was someone else’s fault, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and other hardships related to your crash.
However, negligent drivers and insurance companies will do everything they can to limit the amount of compensation they give you. They may even try to use negative stereotypes that falsely suggest that bikers pay little attention to the law.
David Christensen Law is familiar with these tactics and knows how to combat them to get you the compensation you need after a motorcycle crash. An Ann Arbor motorcycle accident lawyer with our firm is ready to help you get what you’re owed.
Michigan’s no-fault insurance requirements only apply to car and truck drivers. That means motorcycle riders are exempt from the rule that requires most Ann Arbor drivers to carry no-fault personal injury protection (PIP) insurance.
Instead, motorcyclists must carry liability insurance. That covers damage and injuries in the event that you cause a crash.
So what happens when the crash isn’t your fault and you’re injured? You can seek compensation from the driver responsible for your crash.
Because Michigan follows comparative negligence rules, you’ll want to make sure you have an Ann Arbor accident attorney who can prove the other driver was at fault. That’s because, under comparative negligence, you can be found partially at fault for your motorcycle accident. However much you’re said to have contributed to your accident will be subtracted from the total compensation you receive.
In Michigan, multiple parties can be found responsible for your injuries after a motorcycle crash, but you’ll need to prove how each party was at fault.
Depending on the circumstances of your crash, you could name any of the following parties in your claim for compensation:
The physical, emotional, and financial difficulties you may face after your motorcycle crash vary widely. A qualified Ann Arbor motorcycle crash attorney will help you name everything you need so you can receive compensation that fully accounts for your needs.
You may be able to seek compensation for the following damages:
Faced with complex insurance rules, false stereotypes, and mountains of paperwork, seeking compensation after a motorcycle crash is likely to feel impossible when you’re also trying to recover from your injuries. Many victims choose to hire an attorney to make the process easier.
David Christensen Law is ready to help with your motorcycle collision injury claim. To speak with an Ann Arbor motorcycle accident lawyer, give us a call at 248-206-2500 or fill out the online contact form below.