Have you been involved in a motorcycle accident? Did you suffer injuries due to the negligence of another party, such as a trucker?
If you find yourself in this position, it won’t be long before you’re focused on how to receive compensation for your injuries and other damages.
Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. For example, insurance companies are not in the business of paying out large awards after motor vehicle accidents. Instead, they want you to settle for as little money as possible.
In a perfect world, you’ll be able to settle your motorcycle accident case outside of court. This saves everyone both time and money. Even so, there are times when a case may need to go to litigation. This often happens as the result of:
— An insurance company that believes you are asking for more money than they are willing to pay.
— Questions regarding liability, with the insurance company believing that you may be fully or partially responsible for the accident and injuries.
— The insurance company doesn’t think you were injured in the accident, or believes that your injuries are not as extensive as you claim.
If you find yourself facing one of these circumstances, it’s possible that your motorcycle accident case could end up in court. This means that your case will drag on into the future, but it’s something you need to do if you’re serious about receiving compensation.
Knowing why and how a motorcycle accident case could end up in litigation helps you make informed decisions as the days go by.
Source: FindLaw, “Questions and Answers About Your Personal Injury Case,” accessed Feb. 03, 2017