Crashes Involving a Single Motorcyclist Still Can Be Good Personal Injury Claims

There is a lot of bias out there about motorcyclists that can come into the picture after a collision. Some motorcyclists do ride recklessly, or don’t wear the proper gear to protect themselves, which results in more extreme injuries in case of a crash. But this does not apply to everyone. Even if you were involved in a crash that involved no other vehicles, you still have rights to fair and full compensation for your injuries and losses.

How do you recover losses when so much bias is already against you? Call an attorney skilled with these kinds of cases to hold the insurance company accountable to a fair settlement. Bill Coats can get you the money you deserve. To learn more about your rights and for a free consultation, contact him here.

Other factors can create the conditions that lead to a single motorcycle crash, such as defective roadways, or poor lighting or signage. Sometimes motorcycle parts malfunction. Perhaps weather created conditions that exacerbated the other factors. If those conditions were present in your accident, or if you just want to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to discuss your unique case, don’t hesitate to call Bill Coats Law. The longer you wait, the more you risk losing evidence (witness accounts, photographs of injuries, etc) or coming up to the statute of limitations. To see if you have a case, call someone who knows the right questions to ask.

Even if you were not driving drunk or distracted, and you are completely honest in your account of the accident, there is a bias against motorcycle drivers. To get the compensation you deserve, make sure you have the representation and expertise of someone who knows how to get results. Call Bill Coats today, at (360) 392-2833. Even if he has to take it all the way to court to get you the settlement you deserve, he will work for you. Bill Coats is in Bellingham, Washington, and helps clients anywhere in Whatcom, Skagit, and Island Counties. 

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