Free Consultations 24/7
Home > Blog > What to Expect:...
If you were recently injured on your motorcycle, you may be facing an uphill battle in two ways. First, your injuries may be severe and leave you unable to work for a significant amount of time. That’s because motorcycles’ lack of safety features leave even the most well-equipped riders vulnerable during accidents. Second, the insurance company may be skeptical of your claim from the outset, as they’re often biased against motorcyclists.
At Nurenberg Paris, we know that motorcyclists need experienced legal representation to not only help them recover compensation for their medical bills and lost wages, but also to convince insurance companies to give them a fair shake. Our Ohio motorcycle accident lawyers stand up for the rights of motorcyclists throughout the state, especially when insurers try to reduce or deny victims’ valid claims.
When it comes to getting compensation after a motorcycle accident, it’s important to have a law firm on your side that understands the unique challenges you’re facing. The injuries associated with motorcycle accidents are often more severe than those suffered in passenger vehicles, and the recovery process may be longer and require more rehabilitation.
Our law firm understands what you’re going through, and it’s our goal to take over the compensation claim process while you focus on getting better. That means you won’t have to worry about collecting evidence, determining whether the insurance company’s settlement offer is enough, or negotiating to get the money you deserve.
Instead, when you contact our personal injury firm about filing a claim on your behalf, we can handle all those tasks for you during your recovery. Our motorcycle injury attorneys will be in contact with you through every stage of the process and offer their recommendations on whether you should take the matter to court.
When you contact us, we’ll go to work right away building a claim that’s designed to maximize your chances of getting every dollar you deserve. You won’t have to worry about paying us upfront, either. That’s because our No Fee Guarantee® means you don’t owe us anything unless we get money for you.
With nearly 100 years of experience assisting injured victims, we know what it takes to win claims for injured victims, including motorcyclists. Contact us today for a free consultation to find out how we can help.
When people are hospitalized, they and their loved ones expect for them to get better. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen, and sometimes, their health declines because they contract diseases that are primarily found in hospitals. One of the most dreaded hospital-related illnesses is an intestinal illness caused by a bacteria called Clostridioides difficile, or C. […]
One of the most common traffic violations committed by any driver is driving with a burned-out headlight, taillight, brake light, or turn signal. While these traffic violations can be dangerous for drivers of pickup trucks, sedans, and SUVs, they can be extremely hazardous for drivers of semi-trucks—and the people driving near them. Burned out semi-truck […]
Merging onto a highway or interstate is always a little stressful, even when traffic is light. That’s because you’re required to enter the roadway at a fast enough speed to keep up with other traffic, but you may have only a hundred feet to accelerate and reach that speed. And when traffic is heavy, there […]
When many people think of surgeons committing medical malpractice, they think of mistakes made during major operations like open-heart surgery, joint replacement, and organ transplantation. When surgeons make mistakes during these procedures, patients can develop serious and often fatal complications. However, there’s another type of surgery where major mistakes can happen that can also put […]
MRSA infections are one of the biggest risk factors of hospital stays, especially in people who had surgery or who are recovering from serious injuries and wounds. While they start as skin infections, they can quickly worsen and cause life-threatening infections in tissue, bones, and organs throughout the body. According to a 2020 study published […]