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Your Motorcycle Accident Claim May Be Worth More Than You Think

If you’ve been injured in a California motorcycle accident, you are trying to recover from injury while managing the many aspects of your claim, including doctor’s visits, therapy, pain and just trying to get back to your regular life. While dealing with all of those issues, the insurance company will want to settle your case as quickly and cheaply as possible. But you need to make sure you are considering all factors involved in your motorcycle crash before settling with an insurance company. Once you settle, you cannot reopen your claim.

Our Goal Is To Maximize Your Financial Recovery

Insurance companies will try to minimize what they pay you. At the Law Offices of Patricia Turnage, we have worked on receiving fair, comprehensive settlements for our clients. We know how insurance companies think and how they undervalue claims in an attempt to pay out as little as possible in settling cases. They have lawyers working on their side. Having a lawyer on your side can help you seek the best possible settlement for your motorcycle injury claim. Our offices are in Hayward, California. Contact us at 510-470-5044 to find out how working with our team can help your case.

Consider All Of The Costs

When seeking compensation for a motorcycle accident injury, the settlement and costs can include more than you think. There are numerous factors to consider, including:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Future earnings potential
  • Scarring
  • Loss of mobility
  • Long-term effects of injuries related to your accident
  • Damages for pain and suffering

An attorney can help you make sure all of the factors are being included in your claim. We help you manage the many aspects of your claim, so you can focus on getting your life back.

Contact Our Offices To Get Started

Call us at 510-470-5044 to learn how we can guide you through the process, or use our online contact form.