If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, you may be eligible to receive compensation for injuries, medical bills, and time missed from work. Here’s what to do after a motorcycle accident.
What To Do Immediately After
Inform Law Enforcement
If you can, inform law enforcement immediately of the accident. Law enforcement can help address any traffic issues that may arise due to debris or as a cause of the accident. They can also take down statements that are beneficial during a legal claim.
Get Medical Attention
Even if you feel ‘fine,’ making sure you seek medical attention can address injuries that were otherwise unnoticeable due to shock or adrenaline and establish necessary documentation if you seek legal assistance.
How Long Do You Have To File a Legal Claim?
Depending on the type of claim you are filing, it can vary. In the state of Georgia, you have up to two years from the date of injury to file a claim reporting bodily injury. If filing a property damages claim, then you have four years. In Florida, you have up to four years from the date of the accident to file an auto accident claim.
Partner with an attorney experienced in the legal matter to ensure you don’t miss legal deadlines.
Let Kelleher Law Help With Your Motorcycle Accident Claim
Don’t compound the stress of an accident with the stress of dealing with the legal system. An experienced attorney can not only help you establish your case but can also help you navigate with your insurance company.
The attorneys of Kelleher Law have experience with motorcycle accidents. They can help you pursue compensation from the liable party. For example, in some instances, motorcycle accidents are caused by defective motorcycles or unsafe roads.
To determine the strength of your case, contact Kelleher Law today at 833-546-3675 or submit a contact form online. With decades of experience advocating for their clients, Kelleher Law can provide expert advice and services in Fort Myers, Naples, FL, and Atlanta, GA.