Banning Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Approximately 5,200 motorcyclists were killed on U.S. roadways in a recent year, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Thousands of other motorcyclists are injured in accidents in the United States each year. The rate of motorcyclist injuries and fatalities in the Greater Los Angeles Area is comparable to what is occurring across the nation as a whole, according to the California Department of Transportation.

If you are a motorcyclist who suffered injuries in an accident, you need to understand your legal rights and how to protect your interests. A key step in the process of understanding and protecting your rights is retaining the services of an experienced, capable Banning motorcycle accident attorney. Contact The Ryan Law Group today to get started on your case.

Statute of Limitations in Motorcycle Accidents

After a motorcycle accident, the clock starts ticking. There are deadlines for pursuing an insurance claim and for pursuing a personal injury lawsuit. Insurance policies include deadlines associated with filing claims, responding to requests for information, and related issues. Missing a deadline can put your claim into a state of peril.

California has a statute of limitations, or deadline, for filing personal injury claims. As a general rule, a motorcycle accident lawsuit must be filed within two years of the date of the event. Failing to meet that deadline will likely prevent you from ever filing a lawsuit to obtain compensation for your injuries and damages that you otherwise would be entitled to seek.

These deadlines underscore the need for a competent, compassionate Banning motorcycle accident attorney after an accident. Proactively seeking and retaining legal representation helps ensure that you do not jeopardize your interests by missing deadlines.

Compensation in Motorcycle Accident Cases

Another primary area in which you need assistance from a skilled personal injury attorney is in regard to compensation for your injuries. The compensation to which you may be entitled in a motorcycle accident case depends largely on the underlying facts and circumstances surrounding the collision itself. The nature and extent of your injuries also represent a prime factor in determining compensation.

With that noted, there are injuries, damages, and losses for which our Banning motorcycle accident lawyers commonly seek financial compensation for clients. These include:

  • medical bills and expenses
  • pain and suffering
  • mental anguish and emotional stress
  • permanent disfigurement
  • permanent disability
  • property damage and loss
  • lost wages

Contact a Banning Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Our Banning motorcycle accident attorneys will fight to ensure that you obtain appropriate compensation not only for existing or current losses but also for those you can reasonably expect to face in the future. For example, an injured motorcyclist may require ongoing medical care and extended treatment. You may endure chronic pain because of your injuries. You may not be able to return to work in a reasonable amount of time, or at all. These factors represent the types of ongoing or long-term losses for which an attorney can seek compensation on your behalf.

The first step in retaining a Banning motorcycle crash lawyer is scheduling an initial consultation. Contact The Ryan Law Group at (310) 321-4800. Our attorneys offer a a free initial consultation regarding your case.

During the COVID-19 crisis, The Ryan Law Group is open for business and continues to be available to existing and new clients through virtual meetings and teleconferences. We can handle all of your legal needs without you leaving your house. Please, call (310) 321-4800 or contact us here to be connected to our attorneys who can get to work on your case.