Serious accidents can involve serious injury and even death and include cases resulting from:
- Automobile Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bicycling Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Premise Liability
- Medical Malpractice or Medical Negligence
Motor vehicle Accidents
If you have suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident resulting from criminal wrongdoing, or negligence of another driver, you may have a claim. The type and extent of compensation depends on a variety of factors such as the severity of your injuries, extent of damage to your vehicle, and the specific insurance policies involved. The extent of compensation is also affected by whether or not you caused the accident.
If you are injured by a car while walking or riding a bicycle, you may also have a claim. The claim process for pedestrians and bicycle accidents is similar to that of car and motorcycle accidents.
Serious accidents resulting from the negligence or criminal conduct of another may occur while to riding your bike, walking as a pedestrian, or driving in your motorcycle.
Types of Compensation for Your Injuries May Include:
- Medical bills, current and future
- Lost wages, current and future lost earning potential
- Physical pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Interference with life’s daily activities
- Property damage and insurance deductible