Hire a motorcycle accident lawyer to protect your rights.After a motorcycle accident, you may be dealing with serious injuries, lost time at work, and endless medical bills. You’re most likely unsure what you can do to break free and get the support you need to get through this—especially since someone else caused it. A motorcycle accident lawyer can help you through the process.

Gathering Evidence in Your Case

Your Nebraska motorcycle accident lawyer will gather evidence in your case. This may include:

  • Talking to witnesses
  • Gathering camera evidence at the scene
  • Getting information from police reports
  • Recreating the accident
  • Examining statements

Negotiating With the Insurance Company for You

A key component of the work your motorcycle accident lawyer will do in your case is working to prove your claim with the insurance adjuster. That includes providing all requested information, handling questions, and pushing to ensure you receive fair compensation for your losses. 

Taking Your Case to Court

The goal in most cases is to settle with the insurance company. Sometimes, that does not happen. If so, your lawyer will pursue compensation for your losses in a court of law. This may include representing you in a case if it goes to trial. Even if a settlement is reached, your lawyer will ensure the process goes as well as possible to minimize your risks. 

Removing Stress From Your Shoulders

A claim like this can be hard to manage. You may think that the insurance company is making you feel bad for the losses their client caused. You may even feel rushed and abused. 

When you work with a Nebraska motorcycle accident lawyer, they handle all of the work for you. That includes educating you about your rights and your options to ensure you can make wise decisions best suited for your long-term outcome. 

You need legal representation to ensure you get the compensation owed to you. Let the Law Office of Matthew A. Lathrop, PC, LLO handle your case. Get a free consultation when you contact our office.