If you find yourself in a motorcycle accident, it’s crucial to prioritize the safety of yourself and everyone else involved in the accident. If you are injured or there are any suspicions of injuries, seek medical attention by calling emergency services. If possible, move yourself and your motorcycle out of the way of traffic to prevent further accidents. Stay at the scene of the accident while you wait for the police to arrive to document the accident. It is crucial to exchange contact information, insurance information, and license plate numbers of everyone involved in the accident. Do not say you aren’t injured until you have sought medical treatment.
If possible, take detailed pictures of the accident, the damage done to the motorcycle and motor vehicles, and any visible injuries of all parties involved. If there were any witnesses to the accident, collect their contact information, as well, for potential statements. Additionally, notify your insurance company of the accident as soon as possible.
Refrain from admitting fault and do not discuss anything with anyone other than the police officer at the scene. Seek legal advice from an attorney at InjuredBikerLaw. Our attorneys at InjuredBikerLaw are riders, as well, and we know the ins and outs of motorcycle accidents more than anyone. We will guide you step by step throughout the process and make sure you get the money you deserve.
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