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Support for Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle riders have just as much right to use the road as everyone else. Unfortunately, most drivers are not looking out for them. As a result, many avoidable motorcycle accidents occur every day. If you've been the victim of another negligent driving, you should be prepared. Take the following steps if you're involved in an accident:

  • Gather as much information about the other driver(s) as you can including name, address, driver's license number, license plate number, & insurance information
  • Obtain the name, badge, & precinct number of the investigating police officer & request the case control or accident report number
  • Document information about the motorcycle accident itself, such as how the accident happened, who is at fault, street layout, presence of traffic signs & signals, & any other relevant information
  • Talk to witnesses & collect names, addresses, & whenever possible license plate numbers
  • Take down the address or location of the crash scene & note other information about traffic, weather, & road conditions - if you think road design or maintenance played a part in the motorcycle accident, record that as well
  • Get photos of the scene, the vehicles, skid marks, & debris in the road, & anything else you think might be pertinent to your case
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Call Us With Questions

It is very likely that you will have many questions after a motorcycle accident. Common questions include:
  • Who decides who is at fault for an accident?
  • What is the process of a personal injury claim for a motorcycle accident?
  • Who is responsible to pay my medical bills?
  • The insurance company is calling me, should I talk to them?
  • Can I handle my personal injury claim myself?
  • I'm in pain but I don't have a doctor. Where should I go for medical treatment?
  • Do I have a valid motorcycle accident claim? 
  • What does my insurance policy cover and not cover?
  •  What is Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage and how does it work?
  • How much does a personal injury attorney cost?
  • How should I choose a personal injury attorney?
  • What can I do if the other driver has no insurance?

The Support You Need

The personal injury attorneys at Sadler Injury Law Group answer these and questions like that every day to injured motorcyclists in Tacoma and all over Washington. It's free to talk to a personal injury attorney here, so please call us and get your questions answered. Do not talk to another driver's insurance company, make a statement, or sign any documents before discussing your rights with an attorney. Contact us today and learn how we can help you