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Fighting For Your Right To Recovery After A Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle accidents can be devastating. When a motorcycle collides with a larger vehicle like a car or even a truck, the injuries can be catastrophic – even fatal. Recovering from an injury can mean days, weeks or months in the hospital. At Albiston Brannon & Gilbert, PLLC, in Norfolk and Virginia Beach, we understand the devastation that accident injuries can cause. Our motorcycle accident attorneys can help you recover the financial compensation and damages you deserve.

What Kind Of Compensation Can Be Recovered From A Motorcycle Accident?

When filing a personal injury claim for damages in a motorcycle accident, a victim can recover compensation for:

  • Medical expenses
  • Property damages and vehicle repair
  • Lost wages
  • Emotional pain and suffering

In the state of Virginia, the victim in a motorcycle accident has to prove that the driver of the other motor vehicle was at fault before being able to recover damages. If your actions contributed to the accident, you may be prohibited from recovering damages from a personal injury claim.

Dealing With The Insurance Companies After An Accident

After any sort of motor vehicle accident, interacting with insurance companies can be a challenge. When the other party was at fault for an accident, their insurance company may be quick to try to settle any claims for recovery and damages. As a general rule, it is never a good idea to accept a settlement offer without discussing your claims with an attorney. Our personal injury attorneys at Albiston Brannon & Gilbert, PLLC can ensure that your rights are protected and any settlement offer includes everything that you are entitled to recover.

Contact A Motorcycle Accident Attorney For A Free Consultation

If you or someone you love has been severely injured in a motorcycle crash, our personal injury and motor vehicle accident attorneys offer a no-obligation case consultation and evaluation. At this free appointment, we can answer any questions that you have and tell you more about how we can help you with your case. To schedule your consultation, call our office directly at 757-346-1427 or send an inquiry using our online form.