Motorcycle enthusiasts all share the same love of the open road and feeling of freedom that riding a motorcycle offers. Unfortunately, that same feeling of freedom puts bikers at risk for serious, even fatal, injuries when involved in a collision. If you have been injured in a Michigan motorcycle accident, or have lost a loved one in a motorcycle accident, you could be entitled to compensation if another party caused, or contributed to, the collision. At Slusky and Walt, the American Benefit Experts, we can help you secure that compensation.
At Slusky & Walt, P.C., the American Benefits Experts, or A.B.E., we have seen firsthand the emotional, physical, and financial devastation a motorcycle accident can cause for the victim and the victim’s family. Our motorcycle lawyers are committed to ensuring that you are fully and fairly compensated for all of your injuries as the victim, or surviving family member, of a motorcycle accident. If you have been involved in a Michigan motorcycle accident and you believe that another party’s negligence caused, or contributed to, the collision, contact the Motorcycle Accidents Attorneys A.B.E. team at Slusky & Walt, P.C. today at 1-800-ABE-HELPS (1-800-223-4357) to schedule your free consultation.
Motorcycle Accident Injuries
Any type of motor vehicle collision can cause serious, even life-threatening injuries to those involved; however, your odds of being seriously injured in a motorcycle accident are much greater given the lack of protection offered when riding a motorcycle. Moreover, Michigan allows riders to choose whether or not they wear a helmet if certain conditions are met. For many motorcycle enthusiasts the ability to feel the wind in their hair only elevates the experience; although, it does increase the risk of serious injury should an accident occur.
Compensation in a Motorcycle Accident
Though we use the term “accident” when referring to a motorcycle collision, the reality is that more often than not the crash is actually caused by the negligence of a motorist involved in the collision. When that is the case, a victim may be entitled to compensation for both the economic and non-economic injuries suffered by the victim. If the collision caused fatal injuries, surviving family members may also be entitled to compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit. No amount of compensation can change the fact that the collision occurred; however, by pursuing your rights through a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit you can ease the financial strain caused by the collision as well as hold the negligent party responsible for causing, or contributing to, the collision.
The American Benefits Experts at Slusky & Walt, P.C. are committed to helping victims and survivors recover from the devastation caused by the collision. The law requires a negligent party to compensate you for all of your injuries; however, you must be proactive to ensure that you receive that compensation. The A.B.E. will fight for you and your rights to be fully and fairly compensated for the injuries you have suffered. Contact the Motorcycle Accidents Attorneys A.B.E. team today at 1-800-ABE-HELPS (1-800-223-4357) so that we can get started on your case today!