How Much Money Can I Get After A Motorcycle Accident?

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Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries and extensive property damage. If you are the victim of a motorcycle accident, you deserve the maximum compensation for your losses.

Hoover Rogers Law, LLP is aggressive about getting the most money for your injury claim. Our motorcycle accident attorneys would rather put in extra time working on your case than accept a lowball settlement offer.

We understand that you need your settlement or verdict to cover past, present, and future medical expenses, bike repairs, lost wages, and other damages.

Injured in a Wichita Falls and Lawton area motorcycle accident? Contact Hoover Rogers Law to schedule a free case evaluation where you can learn more about how the law applies to you and the value of your claim.

Types of damages in motorcycle accident cases

After a motorcycle accident, victims are often left seriously injured and unsure of what to do next. You’re likely out of work, in pain, and watching the bills stack up. Say “no” to a too-small settlement offer from the insurance company.

Because every accident is different, there isn’t an average motorcycle wreck settlement. There are, however, many types of damages you may be eligible to collect, including:

Medical expenses

This award doesn’t just cover hospital visits and surgeries. Medical expenses include things like medication, physical therapy, consultations with specialists, and disability equipment, among other costs. Your award should cover both past medical expenses and anticipated future medical expenses.

Lost wages

If you are out of work recovering from a bad accident, the at-fault party most likely owes you money to recover the wages you could not earn. If your injuries will affect your ability to work long-term, you can get compensation for future lost income as well.

Property damage

Motorcycles are expensive. Fixing them is, too. If you were in a wreck, an insurance adjuster will assign a value to your bike and assess whether the repairs would cost more than a new motorcycle. You will receive either the value of the bike or money to fix it, whichever is less.

Pain and suffering

This is a “non-economic” damage, which means you are seeking money for a more subjectively determined – but no less real – cost. Pain and suffering isn’t just physical pain. It’s the overall impact that your injuries have had on your quality of life and your ability to do the things you love.

Proudly serving Wichita Falls and Lawton

The attorneys at Hoover Rogers Law, LLP always pursue the maximum compensation our clients deserve. We know that leaving money on the table could lead to you paying for expensive accident-related medical treatment and other costs out of your own pocket.

Our law firm offers free case evaluations to people injured in Wichita Falls and Lawton area motorcycle accidents. We also work on contingency. This means that there is no retainer or hourly rate for you to pay. Our fee is a percentage of your recovery, and if we don’t win, we don’t get paid at all.

Contact Hoover Rogers Law today to schedule your free case evaluation and learn more about your legal options.

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