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A “good settlement” or decent settlement for your accident is when your medical bills are covered, including future medical costs, wage loss/loss of earnings, pain and suffering (inconvenience of the accident), and any out of pocket costs related to the accident (medications, ice/heat packs, non-covered medical treatment & consultations), and costs related to damages to your accident.
Common personal injury cases range from auto and motorcycle accidents, assaults, slip and fall accidents, injuries from defective products or machinery, work related injuries, dog bites, and injury from medical malpractice.
When involved in any accident resulting in personal injury, there are steps that you should follow to ensure physical, financial, and legal protection for yourself:
Personal Injury Attorneys can provide evidence that the other party was negligent on your behalf. In addition, they will work to prove that you were hurt because of the other parties negligence, as well as get you the compensation that you deserve. Personal injury can incur long-term medical bills, costly treatment expenses, and other costs you should not be held responsible for the negligence of others. You may be unable to work, resulting in lost wages, inability to make ends meet, and additional pain and suffering to you and your family.
Yes, your health insurance should be your primary coverage for any injury including motorcycle accidents. You may have additional medical coverage through your own motorcycle insurance.
The average settlement for a motorcycle accident can range from a few hundred of dollars to millions. The motorcycle accident settlement depends a lot on the facts of the motorcycle accidents such as who caused the accident, the injuries sustained, how much coverage is available on the insurance coverages (at-fault party, your personal auto insurance policy, homeowner insurance, assets available from the at-fault party). A motorcycle accident lawyer should be able to look into all the factors of your case.
When a business or individual neglects to meet their duty of care, unexpected and unnecessary personal injuries and even wrongful death can take place. Damages from a personal injury lawsuit range from emotional trauma, physical and mental disability, pain and suffering, disfigurement, bodily injuries, and a range of financial losses.
Reasons for car crashes can range from texting while driving, driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, distracted and reckless driving, weather conditions, and much more.