A motorcycle rider can cruise down the road and feel the freedom of the open air, but that same lack of an exterior that makes riding a motorcycle so thrilling leaves someone less protected in the event of an accident. As a result, motorcyclists who survive a crash often have serious, debilitating, or perhaps totally disabling injuries that require a long recovery period or continuing care.
The cost of such care can seem astronomical, but accident victims may not have to face the financial burden on their own. Indiana’s personal injury law allows victims to file a civil lawsuit to pursue compensation for damages such as medical expenses, damages to your motorcycle or gear, lost wages or lost earning capacity, and even pain and suffering, including decreased quality of life.
When struggling with unexpected medical and bike repair debt, the last thing most motorcycle accident victims want to take on is the additional expense of hiring a personal injury attorney. The attorneys at Sevenish Law understand this, which is why our experienced legal team works on a contingency basis.
You pay absolutely nothing at the beginning of your case. Instead, you’ll pay us a percentage of your settlement if—and only if—we win your case. If we don’t, you owe nothing. Motorcycle accident victims should never let concerns over their financial means deter them from seeking the justice they deserve.
Were You Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?
Are you considering taking legal action after sustaining injuries or losing a loved one in a motorcycle accident caused by a negligent motorist? If so, you could benefit from experienced and honorable legal representation. Randy Sevenish of Sevenish Law offers clients a Clients First® Bill of Rights to ensure their needs are met and their concerns addressed. He’s also a motorcycle enthusiast who personally understands the unique issues motorcyclists face. Contact Sevenish Law’s Indianapolis law office, or complete the online contact form, to schedule an appointment to discuss your potential motorcycle accident or wrongful death case.