If you or a loved one was injured in a motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to collect a settlement for your losses. Our team of Orland Park lawyers will assist you by building up your motorcycle accident case to fight for compensation.
In This Article
- Potential Damages From a Motorcycle Accident
- How will Your Attorneys Help Me?
- Previous Client Testimonials and Case Results
- Can I Afford One of Your Lawyers?
- How the Illinois Personal Injury Statute of Limitations Can Affect You
- Investigating the Incident to Establish Liability
- Taking Your Next Steps After a Motorcycle Accident
- Contact The Kryder Law Group, LLC Today
Potential Damages From a Motorcycle Accident
Our lawyers will pursue all potential damages that you may be owed after an accident. We will examine relevant laws and collect evidence as part of this effort. We will also communicate with any entities related to your case for you.
Some examples of potential damages you may recover include:
- Past and future medical expenses
- Loss of earning capacity
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional suffering
- Physical therapy
- Assistive medical interventions
For a free legal consultation with a motorcycle accidents lawyer serving Orland Park, call (312) 223-1700
How will Your Attorneys Help Me?
Our lawyers will represent you for the duration of your case. This means we will advocate for your rights as we converse with medical professionals, insurance companies, drivers, and anyone else connected to your case. We will also advocate for your benefit, assess your legal standing, and answer any questions you have.
When you retain us, you can expect frequent updates from our team as we negotiate a settlement to cover your losses.
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Previous Client Testimonials and Case Results
Our case results speak to our experience in dealing with a broad range of cases. In one recent case, we collected a settlement of $500,000 for a client who suffered an injury in a motor vehicle collision.
One of our recent clients had this to say about working with our law firm:
“I was injured in a motor vehicle collision. I contacted attorney Andrew Kryder to handle my case. I was extremely happy with the outcome. Attorney Kryder and his firm were excellent. I was always kept informed and updated. Without hesitation I would recommend this firm to anyone in need of legal assistance.”
Can I Afford One of Your Lawyers?
If you are worried about not being able to afford our attorney services, let us explain how we operate our law firm. Rather than demanding payment for services upfront, our team operates on a contingency-fee model. This means that our lawyers will only collect a fee once we obtain a settlement on your behalf.
Our office also offers free consultations. Our team can help you learn more about your options as we review the details with you in a private consultation.
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How the Illinois Personal Injury Statute of Limitations Can Affect You
State laws and statutes may introduce confusion into your case. It is helpful to remain aware of how these kinds of laws can affect your motorcycle accident case, though. For example, the statute of limitations in 735 ILCS 5/13-202 shows how long injured parties in Illinois have to file a lawsuit.
Our team understands that analyzing these laws and statutes can be tough, especially when dealing with health complications after an accident. We are happy to assist you in dealing with laws that may impact you. Our team of attorneys will help you by answering your questions and providing you with regular updates on your case.
Investigating the Incident to Establish Liability
We understand that some motorcycle accidents may be entirely the fault of a single driver or individual. However, we always dig deeper when a case presents several potential angles of liability.
Our attorneys will collect various pieces of evidence illuminating the cause of your accident in our investigation of your case. We will look at photographs and video footage if it is readily available. We will not stop there, though.
Other evidence we gather may include:
- Phone records
- Witness reports
- Police statements
- Maintenance records
Taking Your Next Steps After a Motorcycle Accident
There are several things you can do to protect your physical and financial health after a motorcycle accident:
Getting Medical Care
Injuries such as broken bones, severe brain injuries, and deep burns are all too common in motorcycle accidents in Illinois and elsewhere. In fact, according to Mayo Clinic, motor vehicle accidents can break all three major bones in your legs. For this reason, it is wise to seek medical attention right away if you or someone you love is involved in a motorcycle accident.
Avoid Posting About Your Accident on Social Media
We recommend that you do not discuss your accident on any social media sites. The insurance company can use an innocuous statement you make against you.
Continue Your Medical Care
Follow your doctor’s orders until you have reached maximum medical improvement. If you skip appointments or ignore your doctor’s advice, the insurer can claim that you are contributing to your injury.
Be Careful when Discussing Your Accident with the Insurance Adjuster
Soon after your accident, you will likely receive a call from an insurance adjuster to discuss what happened. During this call, the insurance adjuster may try to get you to admit that you caused your accident or that you are uninjured.
To avoid saying something that may jeopardize your case, only give the adjuster the basics about your accident (e.g., when and where the accident happened and who was involved) and then direct any further questions to your legal team.
Look Into Getting Legal Help
After securing medical treatment, you may want to get in touch with someone in our office. Our team will help you assess your legal options. We will also examine your medical bills and advocate for you as we negotiate for any funds you may be owed.
Contact The Kryder Law Group, LLC Today
When you are involved in a motorcycle accident, you have rights as a victim. Our lawyers taking motorcycle accident cases in Orland Park will empower and defend you. For a free case review, contact The Kryder Law Group, LLC today at (312) 223-1700.